Events and concerts

The Music Department organises a number of concerts, conferences, and other events annually.

Notable events include:

Events

Sweeney Todd in concert

Sweeney Todd in concert

Date
21/01/2017
Description
Sophisticated, macabre, visceral and uncompromising, Sweeney Todd mixes intense drama with dark humour.
Music, politics and risk-taking

Music, politics and risk-taking

Date
25/01/2017
Description
Richard Causton (Cambridge) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.
Kenneth Hamilton Lecture Recitals: On Tour with Liszt

Kenneth Hamilton Lecture Recitals: On Tour with Liszt

Date
27/01/2017
Description
We welcome Professor Kenneth Hamilton as he presents his popular annual lecture recitals.
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Date
01/02/2017
Description
Adrian Moore (Sheffield) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.
Ulrich Heinen in concert

Ulrich Heinen in concert

Date
03/02/2017
Description
Founder member of Birmingham Contemporary Music Group and former Principal Cellist with the CBSO, Ulrich Heinen presents a programme of Bach and Stockhausen works for solo cello.
Exploring Agrippina

Exploring Agrippina

Date
05/02/2017
Description
The University Chamber Orchestra and Early Modern Vocal Ensemble present an afternoon of music inspired by the stories of Agrippina the Elder and her daughter, the more famous Roman Empress, Agrippina the Younger.
Nineteenth-Century Bach? Emulation and assimilation of Joseph Joachim's Bach performing practices - A practical experiment

Nineteenth-Century Bach? Emulation and assimilation of Joseph Joachim's Bach performing practices - A practical experiment

Date
08/02/2017
Description
Dr David Milsom (Head of Performance, Department of Music, University of Huddersfield) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.
New Music Ensemble

New Music Ensemble

Date
10/02/2017
Description
The University of Birmingham New Music Ensemble, a group of talented handpicked student musicians, perform newly commissioned works in response to the film noir genre, by composers with a Birmingham association.
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