Summer Tour The Choir of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge

29th August 2017 7:30pm Victoria Concert Hall, Singapore

30th August 2017, 8pm Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall

1st September 2017, 7:30pm NCPA, Mumbai, India


'O for the wings of a dove' brings together many of the most famous and
iconic choral masterpieces from Western Europe. From the thrilling top
notes of Allegri's Miserere and its austere chanting the programme moves
from the Italian Renaissance to classics from the German and French
Romantic repertoires, including Mendelssohn's 'Hear my prayer' with its
soaring soprano solo 'O for the wings of a dove'. The programme
concludes in England with some of the most-loved choral works from the
last century, notably Britten's Festival Cantata 'Rejoice in the Lamb'.
This colourful and jubilant work sets a poem by Christopher Smart that
takes its inspiration from unusual sources such as the poet's pet cat
(and a mouse!) and the mysterious beauty of flowers.

Carles and Sofia Piano Duo 24th April

Carlos Lama & Sofia Cabruja Piano Duo
Carlos Lama and Sofia Cabruja are one of the most internationally renowned Spanish duets. They have developed a unique style in interpreting the repertoire for four hands and are known and loved by the public and the critics.

Carles & Sofia piano duo


Enrique Granados
(A selection from the Opera)
Transcription for piano four hands: Abraham Espinosa
El Pelele
El Baile del Candil
La Maja y el Ruiseñor
Los Requiebros

Isaac Albéniz
From “Suite Española”

Manuel de Falla
Two Dances from “La vida breve”
Spanish Dance n.1
Spanish Dance n. 2

卡里斯 與 蘇菲亞 鋼琴二重奏

為鋼琴四手聯彈改編: 艾斯皮諾薩



A Night at the Opera

A Night at the Opera by Cambridge International Opera


3rd April 2017 Concert Hall, City Hall  8pm

Tickets from      HK $360-$180


5th April

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, 7:30pm

Tickets from


The Cambridge International Company will be performing at the Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall on 3rd April 2017.


They will perform an unforgettable concert called A Night At the Opera featuring a selection of staged beloved arias from Puccini, Verdi, Mozart, Donizetti and more.


The Cambridge International Opera company  presents world class opera in  theatres, international prestigious concert halls for singers who have graduated from Cambridge University and some of the best colleges in Great Britain.



Pur ti miro (L'incoronazione di Poppea) - Monteverdi 

Nella terra, in ciel, nell’onda (Faramondo) – Handel 

*Lamento della ninfa – Monteverdi 

Una furtiva lagrima (L'elisir d'amore) - Donizetti 

Or dove fuggo io mai? (I Puritani) – Bellini

O mio Fernando (La favorita) – Donizetti 

Selections from Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro:

Se vuol ballare 

Sull'aria... che soave zeffiretto 

Crudel! Perchè finora farmi languir così?  

Contessa perdono  


Habanera (Carmen) – Bizet 

Come un’ape (La Cenerentola) – Rossini 

 Ideale – Tosti

Au fond du temple saint/'The Pearl Fishers' Duet' (Les pêcheurs de perles) - Bizet 

Adieu forêts (Maid of Orleans) – Tchaikovsky 

Ombra mai fu (Xerxes) - Handel 

Vissi d'arte (Tosca) - Puccini 

È la solita storia del pastore (L'arlesiana) - Cilea 

Sous le dôme épais/'The Flower Duet' (Lakmé) - Delibes 

Bella figlia dell'amore (Rigoletto) - Verdi 



Our International Cast:


Pianist: John Wright



Billie Robson-Soprano



Simone Ibbett-Brown -Mezzo Soprano



Tim Morgan-Countertenor



Rob Humphries-Tenor


Baritone-Lawrence Halksworth


A Red Red Rose Conductor Suzi Digby

Conductor: Suzi Digby
Choir: Bishop Hall Jubilee School Choir
ProgrammeConductor: Suzi Digby
Choir: Bishop Hall Jubilee School Choir
The Lily and the Rose                            Bob Chilcott
Look at the World                                   Rutter
Magnificat Movement 1                         Rutter
Agnus Dei                                              Samuel Barber
Miserere Mei Deus                                 Allegri
Lux Aurumque                                        Whitacre
O my Love is like a Red, Red Rose       arr. Simon Carrington
Dance to the Daddy                               arr. Goff Richards
Ubi Caritas                                              Ola Gjeilo
Revelation                                               Z Randall Stroope
Invocation                                               Z Randall Stroope
The Moon is Distant from the Sea       David Childs
Lamentation of Jeremiah                      D Randall Stroope
Pathway of Hope                                   Joseph Martin
Ave Verum Corpus                                 W.A. Mozart
The Majesty and Glory of Your Name  Tom Fekette
Biography of Suzi Digby
Suzi Digby OBE: Suzi Digby OBE: Choral Conductor, Social entrepreneur, Music Educator 
Suzi Digby OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) was born Japan and lived in Hong Kong, Mexico and the Philippines before settling in London & Cambridge. 
She is an internationally renowned Choral Conductor and Music Educator. She has trailblazed the revival of singing in UK schools and the community over two and a half decades. Suzi founded and runs five influential National arts/education organisations: 
1.The Voices Foundation (the UK's leading Primary Music Education Charity); 
2.Voce Chamber Choir (one of London's finest young Chamber Choirs); 
3.Vocal Futures (Nurturing young [16-22] audiences for Classical Music); 
4.Singing4Success (Leadership and 'Accelerated Learning' for Corporates) and 
5. The London Youth Choir (a pyramid of 5 choirs, 8-22, serving all ethnic communities in London's 33 boroughs). 
2015 sees the launch of her professional vocal consort and record label, Ora (commissioning new choral works as 'reflections' of old masterworks). Ora is London-based with residencies planned in Saõ Paulo and Hong Kong.
Suzi is a visiting Professor at University of Southern California (Choral Studies). And Hon Fellow at University of Aberdeen. 
As a conductor, Suzi's 2011 debut with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (Vocal Futures' Bach's St Matthew Passion) was met with outstanding critical acclaim: 
"Choral wizard", "The mother of all music", The Telegraph; 
"Sensitive and accomplished conductor", Musical America;