The College invites applications from suitably qualified applicants for a Fixed Term Early Career College Lectureship in History, associated with a Fellowship of Peterhouse.
Peterhouse is proud and delighted to announce that Petrean and Honorary Fellow Sam Mendes has won Best Director at this year’s Olivier Awards for The Ferryman.
We are delighted to present a number of recordings made at the Peterhouse Music Society Lent Term Concert on Friday 2 March 2018, featuring Peterhouse Music Award Winners Aranka Hrušková and Alex Chamolly, and Guest Artist, the piano virtuoso Vassilis Varvaresos.
Saint-Saëns, Sonata in E-flat, for clarinet and piano, op.167
Beethoven, Sonata in E-flat, op.81a, 'Les Adieux'
Liszt, Mephisto Waltz, no.1, S.514
Schubert-Liszt, Soiree de Vienne, S. 427, no.7
Ravel, La Valse (1920)
On Sunday 18 March the College held a dinner hosted by the Master, Bridget Kendall, at the St James’s Club in Manchester for Petreans living in and around Greater Manchester. They were joined by Petreans from as far afield as Leeds and Derbyshire and the Master’s partner Amanda Farnsworth and the Development Director, Dr Saskia Murk Jansen also travelled up from Cambridge for the occasion.
Members of the college and staff will be saddened to hear of the death of Mr Victor Challis. After retiring as a signalman on the railway Vic was a Gate Porter at Peterhouse from 1984 to 2004, chiefly in the afternoons. He was a popular figure in college and well-known to many of the Fellows and students.
Vic was born on 19 October 1919 and died 7 March 2018.
Information on the funeral will follow when known.
A link to further information about Vic that friends may like to listen to:
The dedication of a memorial to The Very Reverend Professor Henry Chadwick, KBE, (Master of Peterhouse 1987-1993) and to his brother The Reverend Owen Chadwick, OM, KBE took place on Saturday 27 September at Westminster Abbey by kind permission of the Dean of Westminster, The Very Reverend Dr John Hall, & Chapter of Westminster. Amongst those present were Professor Eamon Duffy, Professor Henry Mayr-Harting, Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History Emeritus, who spoke of Henry as a scholar and Dr Stephen Darlington who spoke of Henry as a musician.
A short, late-night concert performance of Robert Lucas de Pearsall's Requiem Mass for Choir, Organ and Brass in Peterhouse Chapel, performed by
The second Peterhouse Graduate Symposium of the 2017/18 academic year took place on Saturday 17 February 2018. The day kicked off with a hearty brunch of bacon sandwiches and Danish pastries before the Symposium proper began. The first two panels of the event saw eight MCR members present their research on a wide-ranging field of topics, offering a ten-minute talk on their work before taking questions from the floor.
This week the Admissions Team hosted 170 visitors from our Nottingham HE+ consortium to learn more about the subjects offered at Cambridge and to get a taste of studying here. The HE+ programme is a collaboration between the University of Cambridge, the Colleges and groups of state schools in particular parts of the country. Students attend several events throughout the year, exploring their subjects outside of the school curriculum with teachers and Cambridge academics.