Fitzwilliam Museum

We look forward to coming out of lockdown as we head towards the ‘new normal’ later this year with a wonderful free one-hour recital at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge on 25 October…

CAM presents a varied programme of music by Australian composers Mark Underwoodand Wendy Hiscocks who will be performing in the concert; emeritus professor of music at the University of Sydney, Anne Boyd; performer, teacher and composer Brett Thompson; and Eugene Goossens, the English born composer whose influence in Australia led to the construction of the Sydney Opera House.

Meet our three talented performers

Coral Lancaster cello
Coral studied in Perth and Canberra before moving to the UK where she played with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and now regularly freelances with the Philharmonia and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra as well as performing as a soloist and in chamber music.

Mark Underwood flute
An ABC Competition winner, Mark studied in Sydney and in London. His recitals at the Purcell Room and Wigmore Hall received high praise and his programmes range from folk and classical music to works by contemporary composers from around the world.

Wendy Hiscocks piano
Wendy studied with Peter Sculthorpe in Sydney before moving to London. Her music has been performed by major international artists and ensembles. She is the founder and Artistic Director of Celebrating Australian Music.


Cam at the Fitz

Sunday 25 October, 1.45pm (one hour)
Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1RB
Admission: Free


Mark Underwood
Waltzing Matilda Variations
Anne Boyd 
Goldfish through Summer Rain
Brett Thompson
Five Inventions for flute & cello (UK Premiere)
Wendy Hiscocks
Songline for cello & piano
Eugene Goossens
Five Impressions of a Holiday op.7

  • In the Hills
  • By the Rivers
  • The Water-wheel
  • The Village Church
  • At the Fair

The concert will take place in Gallery 3 and is free to the public on a first come first served basis. When you arrive you will receive a programme at the door and will be invited to take one of the small portable chairs before finding a place to sit in the gallery.

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