King's College Choir is touring the US and will be performing at Zellerbach Hall in Berkeley on Friday, 27 March at 8pm! Get tickets through Cal Performances. Cambridge in America will be hosting a reception before concert at 6pm.
The 82nd San Francisco Boat Race dinner celebrates the 163rd Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race. It promises to be a fine affair in the elegant ambience of the University Club atop Nob Hill in the heart of San Francisco. The University Club is located at Powell and California Streets, adjacent to the Fairmont Hotel.
Register at http://sfboatrace2017.eventbrite.com. Please book early as space is limited.
Matthew Shilvock, San Francisco Opera's new General Director, will be the distinguished guest speaker. Born in Kidderminster, England, he read music at Christ Church, University of Oxford and holds a master's degree in public administration from University of Massachusetts Amherst. Early in his career he held appointments at Houston Grand Opera, Pittsburgh Opera and Glimmerglass Opera. He became San Francisco Opera's seventh General Director on August 1, 2016 at the age of only 39.
The dinner, including wine, is $108 for adults and $98 for seniors and students. Early Bird rates are $98 for general tickets, and $93 for seniors and students.
If you have difficulty booking online, please visit www.oxcam.org, print the flyer and mail it with a check to the Treasurer, Alexander Driskill-Smith. For other queries about payment, contact him at email@example.com.
Registration ends 17 April 2017. Early Bird registration ends on March 27th.
Come meet alumni from Cambridge, Oxford, and other British universities at one of our monthly mixers!
2nd Monday of the Month: Menlo Park at the Menlo Grill
Cambridge Alumni of Northern California invites all University of Cambridge alumni, staff, academic visitors or donors living in Northern California to join Cambridge in America's mailing list.
We've hiked Angel Island, viewed elephant seals at Ano Nuevo, visited a chocolate factory, enjoyed lectures from University of Cambridge faculty and held literary luncheons.