An afternoon of classical music with Graham Ross
Sunday 20 September 2020, 4.00pm to 5.15pm BST
Director of Music at Clare College, award-winning composer and conductor, Graham Ross’s works have been performed throughout Europe and beyond. Join him for a very special Sunday afternoon as he discusses some of his favourite pieces of classical music, sharing his expertise and insight. Graham will also reflect on his 10 years at Cambridge, including his work with the international-renowned Clare College Choir. This is an opportunity not to be missed!
A recording of this session is now available to watch on YouTube.
Watch now: in June Graham brought together more than 200 of Clare College’s musical alumni and assembled a Virtual Benediction for students around the world who were unable to graduate in the usual way.
Graham Ross (Clare 2003)
Graham Ross has established an exceptional reputation as a sought-after conductor and composer of a very broad range of repertoire. His performances around the world and his extensive discography have earned consistently high international praise, including a Diapason d’Or, Le Choix de France Musique and a Gramophone Award nomination.
As a guest conductor he has worked with Australian Chamber Orchestra, Aalborg Symfoniorkester, Aurora Orchestra, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra, and Salomon Orchestra, making his debuts in recent seasons with the BBC Concert Orchestra, BBC Singers, DR VokalEnsemblet (Danish National Vocal Ensemble), London Mozart Players, European Union Baroque Orchestra, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as acting as Assistant Conductor to Vladimir Jurowski. He is co-founder and Principal Conductor of The Dmitri Ensemble and, since 2010, Fellow and Director of Music at Clare College, Cambridge, where he conducts the internationally-renowned Choir.
Highlights in the 2018/19 season include concerts with the Choir of Clare College in the Palau de la Música Barcelona, Westminster Cathedral and across the USA, Canada, Mexico and Spain, as well as Britten War Requiem in King’s College Chapel, and his conducting debut with the London Philharmonic Orchestra in the Brighton Dome.
Booking for this event is now closed.