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Anton Lukoszevieze (cello) and Christopher Green-Armytage (piano) will be the guest performers at this week’s Wolfson College Music Society lunchtime recital, performing music by Fauré, Pergolesi, Chopin and Beethoven. Saturday 10 March, 1.30pm, Lee Hall. Admission free (retiring collection). All welcome!
Wolfson Fellow and Director of Studies in Architecture, Dr Alistair Fair, will address the Society for the History of the University this week with a paper entitled “‘An ideal campus’: the genesis and design of the Sidgwick Site, 1948-63″. Thursday 8 March, 8.30pm in the Old Library at Darwin College.
Jane Bevan (flute), Pippa Jones (cello) and Maurice Hodges (piano) perform music by Haydn, Grieg, Debussy and Piazzola at this week’s Wolfson College Music Society Lunchtime Recital on Saturday 3 March, 1.30pm in the Lee Hall. Admission free (retiring collection).All welcome!
At today’s Lunchtime Seminar, Dr Andrea Cantone, Senior Member of Wolfson, and Technology Associate in the Physical Sciences team at Cambridge Enterprise, will consider ‘How to turn your idea into a commercial success’. Wednesday 29 February, 1pm, Combination Room. Please bring your lunch; tea & coffee provided. All welcome!
Following hot on the heels of the Duchess of Cambridge's much-publicised solo appearance as charity patron in Liverpool yesterday, today's Lunchtime Seminar looks at 'The Patron, the Press, the People and the Progress: A Discussion on the Media's Response to the Duchess of Cambridge's Choice of Charities', presented by Matthew Harris, Producer/Film-maker and Wolfson alumnus. Wednesday 15 February, 1.00pm, Combination Room. Please bring your lunch; tea & coffee provided.