Mahler 3 in King’s

Booking is open for our January Concert in King’s College Chapel: CUCO and members of CUMS SO will perform Mahler’s monumental Third Symphony under the baton of Paul Daniel. Book your tickets online here.

CUMS Symphony Orchestra

Congratulations to John Tothill, Naomi Woo and CUMS Symphony Orchestra for their sell-out concert on Saturday – a fantastic end to Michaelmas Term! CUMS wishes all of our students and supporters a happy and restful Christmas break.

CUCO Blog Post

Aditya Chander, Leader of CUCO, talks about his experience in the orchestra and preparations for their concert with David Watkin – read more here!

CUCO Programme Notes

Read Declan Kennedy’s programme notes for Saturday’s CUCO concert on our website here

Concerto Competition 2017

Applications are now open for the CUMS Concerto Competition 2017. Please see here for more details.

David Watkin conducts CUCO

Join CUCO for an evening Haydn, Brahms and Bizet on Saturday 26 November, conducted by David Watkin. Book tickets online here.

CUMS blog post

CUMS Symphony Chorus Student President, Eli Morris, tells us about her role and this Sunday’s Viennese Greats concert. Read more here

Viennese Greats

Join the CUMS Symphony Chorus and East Anglia Chamber Orchestra on Sunday 13 November for a programme of Beethoven and Mozart. Tickets are available online: follow the link here.

Booking now open

You can now book tickets for all of our 2016-17 concerts. See ‘What’s On’ for more details.


You can now view the 2016-17 Season Brochure on the website here! Take a look for information about all of this year’s upcoming concerts. General booking will open on Monday 26 September. The CUMS Symphony Chorus Calendar 2016-17 is now published.

Cambridge University Musical Society
West Road Concert Hall
11 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DP
Principal Guest Conductor
Sir Roger Norrington CBE
Principal Conductor CUMS Chorus
Stephen Cleobury CBE
Principal Guest Conductor Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra
Peter Stark
Directors CU Chamber Choir
Martin Ennis and David Lowe