Events and concerts

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

Notable events include:

Events

Heath Quartet

Heath Quartet

Date
22/02/2017
Description
The Heath Quartet, winners of the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society's Young Artists Award, make their Barber Evening Concert debut with a programme of iconic quartets.
The Heath Quartet

The Heath Quartet

Date
22/02/2017
Description
The first ensemble in 15 years to win the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society's Young Artists Award, The Heath Quartet make their Barber debut with a programme of iconic quartets.
Timothy Ridout and John Reid in concert

Timothy Ridout and John Reid in concert

Date
24/02/2017
Description
Timothy Ridout has recently become the first British winner of the 12th Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition. For his Barber Concert debut he is joined by pianist John Reid.
Performance Practice and CEMPR Small Ensembles

Performance Practice and CEMPR Small Ensembles

Date
27/02/2017
Description
Students with a passion for early music and historically-informed performances come together for a recital of works from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.
The Ten Commandments, music, and popular belief in Reformation England

The Ten Commandments, music, and popular belief in Reformation England

Date
01/03/2017
Description
Jonathan Willis (University of Birmingham) delivers this Music Colloquium series seminar.
Bel Canto: the songs of Donizetti and Bellini

Bel Canto: the songs of Donizetti and Bellini

Date
03/03/2017
Description
The lyrical and captivating bel canto songs of Bellini and Donizetti are explored by opera singers Sarah-Jane Brandon and Stephanie Marshall, and their pianist Gary Matthewman.
Jazz Collective

Jazz Collective

Date
03/03/2017
Description
Join the Music Society Jazz Collective small bands for some post-work jazz in the Bramall Foyer.
The Yeomen of the Guard

The Yeomen of the Guard

Date
04/03/2017
Description
The Yeomen of the Guard is not just one of Britain's finest comic operas, its story of love and loss in the Tower of London has a bittersweet sting in the tail.
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