Performing arts and music at Cambridge

Performing arts and music at Cambridge

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From music to drama and dance — the performing arts have a long history at Cambridge and play an important role in enriching the lives of students and the wider University community.

 

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Opportunities in 'Performing arts and music at Cambridge'

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Cambridge University Musical Society is one of the oldest and most distinguished university music societies in the world. It offers a world-class musical education for members of the University and local residents, nurturing the great musicians of the future and providing performing opportunities for over 500 Cambridge musicians every year.
CUOS  is one of the largest and most prestigious student opera groups in the UK
Cambridge University Opera Society is one of the largest and most prestigious student opera groups in the UK, with a busy calendar of events taking place throughout the year.