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You can also access the College Calendar here for an overview of forthcoming events.


This week's Events

16 January - 25 February
Art Exhibition
‘Light and Silence’ – An exhibition of photographs by Robin Stemp. Open daily.

Saturday 31 January, 7.30 pm
 Intimate Engagements
New Zealand Chamber Soloists play Czech trio and duets by Janacek, Dvorak and Martinu

Tuesday 3rd February, 7.45pm, Meeting Room
Clare Hall Colloquium

From Silicon to Graphene and beyond. The hidden engine of change. Bruno Riccò, Professor of Electronics, University of Bologna and Clare Hall Visiting Fellow. All welcome.

 

Forthcoming Events

 

Tuesday 10th February, 7.45pm, Meeting Room
Clare Hall Colloquium

Kaifeng - Life in the capital of China's Song Dynasty ca. 1100 CE . Michael Loewe University Lecturer in Chinese Studies 1963-90

Saturday 14th February, 7.30pm, Dining Hall
 
Concert

A concert of poetry and music by Ivor Gurney with singers Andrew Kennedy, Charbel Mattar and Camilla Seale, with readings and a talk by Kate Kennedy, author of forthcoming biography of Gurney. Bookings:  music@clarehall.cam.ac.uk

17 February, 7.45pm, Meeting Room
Clare Hall Colloquium
Privacy enhancing technologies: Combatting surveillance and censorship on the internet. Ian Goldberg, Clare Hall Visiting Fellow, Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, Canada.

21 February, 7:30pm, Dining Hall

 Concert
The Cambridge Hindustani Trio.  North Indian (Hindustani) Classical music performed by three highly accomplished local musicians: Avradeep Pal (sarod), Angelina Morelos (sitar), and Parth Gharfalkar (tabla). Includes a brief discussion about the form and practice of Hindustani music.  Admission is free to college members and £5 for non-members. The bar will be open.


24 February, 7.45pm, Meeting Room
Clare Hall Colloquium

A brief look at 500 years of changing patterns in English English grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Gill Brown, Professor Emeritus of English Language and former Director of the Research Centre in English and Applied Linguistics, Cambridge University

26th February, 1.00pm, Meeting Room
Thursday Lunchtime Talk
Jose Manuel Izquierdo, Gates Cambridge Scholar and Clare Hall post-graduate student, will present  some of his research findings in a talk entitled   Dislocated Muses: being a composer at the time of Latin American independence (1790-1840) Please bring your lunch, coffee and water available. For further information please contact rubyreidthompson@hotmail.com

 
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Saturday 31 January, 7.30 pm
 
Intimate Engagements

New Zealand Chamber Soloists

Tuesday 3 February, 7.45pm
Clare Hall Colloquium
Bruno Riccò on ‘From Silicon to Graphene and beyond. The hidden engine of change’

Tuesday 10 February, 7.45pm
Clare Hall Colloquium
Michael Loewe on ‘Kaifeng - Life in the capital of China's Song Dynasty ca. 1100 CE’

Saturday 14 February, 7.30pm
 
Concert

A concert of poetry and music by Ivor Gurney with singers Andrew Kennedy, Charbel Mattar and Camilla Seale, with readings and a talk by Kate Kennedy

 
 
       
     
         
Updated  Jan.30.2015