Trinity College Chapel
Sat 7 October
Camerata Musica Cambridge

Blue Heron Renaissance Choir directed by Scott Metcalfe

Hugh Sturmy, Exultet in hac die

Robert Hunt, Ave Maria mater dei

Edmund Turges and others, Songs from the Fayrfax MS and Henry VIII’s Songbook

Hugh Aston, Ave Maria dive matris Anne

Anonymous, Missa sine nomine

Described by the New York Times as ‘the outstanding early-music ensemble’, Blue Heron explores vocal music of the Renaissance and Medieval periods. Based in Boston, and led by Scott Metcalfe, Blue Heron offers a home subscription series in Harvard Square and is now firmly established as the finest choral ensemble of its type in North America. Their concert for Camerata Musica Cambridge draws on repertoire from the ‘Peterhouse Part Books’, Peterhouse’s collection of Tudor church music manuscripts, and offers one of its greatest masterpieces: the anonymous Mass, dating from the last years of Henry VIII’s reign, known as the Missa sine nomine –  a work that is the equal, in both beauty and sophistication, of anything by Byrd or Tallis.


Sat 7 October at 7:30pm


120 minutes


Trinity College Chapel


£49/£39, £37/£30, £29/£24, student tickets £10/£5

The Chapel is used by members of Trinity College and visitors as a place of prayer, and the community drawn together through Chapel worship and work is vibrant and diverse. The building is also used for formal ceremonies and events within College and serves as a fine venue for musical performance.


The Chapel entrance is through the porch on the south side. There are three steps up into the porch, or a ramp up to the side door, with a further step and ramp into the Antechapel.

Anyone requiring assistance with access should contact the Porters at the Porters’ Lodge (01223 338400).


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