Events in the School of Languages, Cultures, Art History and Music

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Barber Lunchtime Series: Baker and Limonov

Barber Lunchtime Series: Baker and Limonov

Date
16/01/2015
Description
Young Classical Artist Trust musicians Benjamin Baker and Petr Limonov give the first concert of 2015 in the Friday Lunchtime series.
Music Research Colloquium: Richard Rijnvos

Music Research Colloquium: Richard Rijnvos

Date
21/01/2015
Description
Richard Rijnvos (University of Durham) delivers this Music Research Colloquium seminar.
Music Research Colloquium: Rodney Sharman

Music Research Colloquium: Rodney Sharman

Date
21/01/2015
Description
Rodney Sharman delivers this Music Research Colloquium seminar.
The Palatine Wedding of 1613 and its Impact on Confessional Politics

The Palatine Wedding of 1613 and its Impact on Confessional Politics

Date
21/01/2015
Description
Sara Smart (University of Exeter). IGS / Modern Languages seminar.
The Palatine Wedding of 1613 and its Impact on Confessional Politics

The Palatine Wedding of 1613 and its Impact on Confessional Politics

Date
21/01/2015
Description
Sara Smart (University of Exeter). IGS / Modern Languages seminar.
Barber Evening Series: VOCES8

Barber Evening Series: VOCES8

Date
21/01/2015
Description
Harnessing a combination of sound worlds, The Nave to the Stage explores the simple beauty of plainsong and the rich harmonies of Rachmaninov, through to the brilliance of the Rat Pack and musicals.
Life after the MA: Working for SDL and TBW

Life after the MA: Working for SDL and TBW

Date
22/01/2015
Description
Max Cowley, Assistant Project Director thebigword - Translation, Interpreting and Technology, delivers this 'Translation Profession' seminar.
Barber Lunchtime Series: Romantic Piano Fantasies

Barber Lunchtime Series: Romantic Piano Fantasies

Date
23 - 30/01/2015
Description
Concert pianist Kenneth Hamilton returns to the Barber with an intriguing tour of some of the most imaginative and capricious 19th-century pieces for piano, starting with Beethoven's impatiently eccentric Op. 77 Fantasy, moving through Mendelssohn, Chopin and Liszt, and coming full circle with Schumann's glorious Fantasy Op. 17, dedicated to Liszt, but secretly brimming with hidden references to Beethoven himself.
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