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Archive of past events

July 2018

A unique concert to launch a CD of choral music by Richard Allain, Director of Music at Norwich School.

The Choir sang music by Radcliffe, Ešenvalds, and Brahms.

The Choir of Merton College performed music for a summer's evening by Byrd, Schütz, Brahms, Vaughan Williams, and Britten.

With the Choirs of Merton College and Jesus College, Cambridge, a programme that featured Bernstein's Chichester Psalms and Parry's Blest Pair of Sirens.

The Choir of Merton College performed some of the best-loved choral music in the repertoire.

June 2018

Alumni and friends were invited back to Merton to bid farewell to the Warden over the Merton Weekend.

A rare opportunity to hear this magnificent work, given as part of the celebration of the tenth birthday of our phenomenally successful choir.

Given by Tom Fetherstonhaugh, Junior Organ Scholar.

A lecture given by Hakim Adi, Professor of the History of Africa and the African Diaspora at the University of Chichester

Given by Alexander Little, Senior Organ Scholar.

A Merton College Music Society event.

The biennial Founder's Society Lunch.

May 2018

Given by Benjamin Nicholas, Reed Rubin Organist & Director of Music.

A celebratory dinner to support Merton's crews at Summer Eights.

Shakespeare's celebration of what it's like to be young and falling in love, when you're supposed to be studying; presented by Merton Floats.

Given by Peter King. Organist Emeritus of Bath Abbey.

Given by Paul Hale, Organist Emeritus of Southwell Minster, Nottinghamshire.

Given by Paul Walton, Assistant Organist at Bristol Cathedral, and Musical Director of the Bristol Phoenix Choir.

Athena Hawksley-Walker (violin) and Tom Fetherstonhaugh (piano) performed sonatas no. 6 (A major) and no. 10 (G major); Professor Dan Grimley gave a pre-concert talk.

A team of Mertonians took part in this annual event, raising funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign.

Given by Marco lo Muscio.

Given by Lucy Gibbs, mezzo soprano, and Will Thomson, baritone, accompanied by Osman Tack.

Given by David Dunnett, organist at Norwich Cathedral.

April 2018

Athena Hawksley-Walker (violin) and Tom Fetherstonhaugh (piano) performed sonatas no. 5 (F major) and no. 7 (C minor).

Given by Professor Slava Rychkov, Professeur permanent, Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques, MHI-ENS Chair Professor in High-Energy Physics, École normale supérieure, Paris, and Research Staff Member, Theoretical Physics Department, CERN.

A reunion event for Mertonians to celebrate the study of History at Merton, in memory of Dr Roger Highfield (1922-2017).

Hosted by the Tinbergen Society.

Tom Fetherstonhaugh, Junior Organ Scholar, and Athena Hawksley-Walker played Beethoven's violin sonatas Nos. 5 & 7.

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