Live music timetable

Live music timetable

June 5, 2022 Uncategorized 0

As promised, here is the live music programme in full. Please see the Open Gardens programme for garden addresses. For a printable version, please see the foot of the page.

You can also find the music listings on the all-new Open Gardens App! See your copy of the programme for information on how to access it.

Garden 3: Choir 2000/Cambridge Sinfonietta
Choir 2000 formed as a choir for the Millennium, endeavouring to promote public education and appreciation of the arts and science of music in all its aspects. 2.30 to 3.10pm.
Cambridge Sinfonietta is a friendly amateur orchestra based in Cambridge. We mainly play works drawn from the classical repertoire. 3.30 to 4.10pm.
Garden 5: Histon Brass
We are an enthusiastic group of brass players with local connections! We play a wide variety of music ranging from baroque through classical to traditional marches and contemporary music. 2.30 to 3.15pm and 3.45 to 4.30pm.
Garden 6: Gentle Jazz
Anita Wilson + guitarist. 1.30 to 2.30pm and 3 to 4pm.
Garden 7: Clare House Clarinets
Sara Morrison, Trish Gallagher, Steph Baughen, Katie Sylvester and Karen Hills. They play classical, ragtime, jazz/swing and folk music. 1pm and 3pm, 30-minute slots with 10-minute breaks.
Garden 10: The Impingtones
Friendly not-for-profit community choir in Histon and Impington since 2016. 2 to 2.30pm and 3 to 3.30pm.
Garden 12: Classical piano/Cambridge Ten Sing
Ten Sing are an informal YMCA-based performing arts group for young people aged 11-18. 2pm Classical piano (either in garden or church); 3pm Ten Sing in Garden.
Garden 13: Mythopoeic
Katherine Galvin and Jay Monk, young folk singer songwriter multi-instrumentalists. They play mainly their own songs with some music from the tradition and “folked up” interpretations of more contemporary material. 2 pm and 4 pm with breaks.
Garden 14: B1049s
Three-piece band playing acoustic covers from a wide variety of genres. 2.30 pm – 3pm and 3.30 – 4pm.

NB all Timings are approximate and at the discretion of musicians. Some performances may not be able to take place if weather is bad.