Below is a list of useful online resources for musicians and musicologists.
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Cambridge Early Music Summer Schools
Short study courses in Baroque, Renaissance and Medieval music tought by world-famous professional musicians
Cambridge Summer Music Festival
Cambridge Music Festival has a new director, Justin Lee, and is now an annual event. The next festival takes place from 9 - 20 November and artists include Murray Perahia, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Andreas Scholl, Alison Balsom with Tom Poster, The Tallis Scholars and The Schubert Ensemble.
Cambridge University Musical Society
With a Chorus and three orchestras covering a range of musical standards and styles, CUMS caters for a diverse group of over 400 performing members.
Ralph Woodward is a Cambridge-based conductor and keyboard player. He directs the Fairhaven Singers, Full Score, the Britten-Pears Chamber Choir and NORVIS, and is much in demand as a leader of choral workshops.
Society of Recorder Players - Cambridge Branch
The Cambridge Branch of the Society of Recorder Players meets on Wednesday evenings between 7.30 - 9.30pm in the Music Block at Chesterton College, Gilbert Road.
The Amphion Consort
This ensemble includes some of the best players and singers on the scene to perform chamber music and large scale works.
King's College Chapel & Choir
King's College Chapel took over a century to build and was completed in 1547.
Trinity College Choral Scholars
Trinity Colleges long and distinguished choral tradition dates back to the fourteenth century.
Trinity College Music Society
One of the largest music societies in Cambridge, and stage up to twenty concerts each term.
Early Music Shop
The Early Music Shop is the world's largest early music instrument specialist.
Oxford Cello School
Inspirational all-round courses in England and France for all abilities.
A window to the world of odd, unique, experimental and unusual music and musical instruments.
Guitar chords and guitar tablature made easy. Chordie is a search engine for finding guitar chords and guitar tabs.
Scottish Clarinet Quartet
The Scottish Clarinet Quartet (SCQ) consists of four prize-winning musicians who met whilst students at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Since 2002, the group has enjoyed acclaim and success as Scotland's foremost clarinet quartet, performing at venues and festivals across the UK from Cambridge to Campbeltown. Concerts have frequently been combined with enthusiastically-led workshops for local children, most recently for Kilmardinny Music Circle and Stranraer Primary school.
American Musicological Society
A great resource for all musicologists