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

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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.
Getting into interpreting

Getting into interpreting

Date
28/02/2017
Description
Ira Ortigosa Pascual, Basque and Spanish Translator/Interpreter and Basque Language and Culture Tutor, delivers this 'Translation Profession' seminar.
Film screening: "Battle of Algiers"

Film screening: "Battle of Algiers"

Date
28/02/2017
Description
The Graduate Centre for Europe invites you to a screening of the film "Battle of Algiers" (1966, Gillo Pontecorvo, Algeria/Italy).
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.

Workshop and reading with Japanese- German writer Yoko Tawada

Date
01/03/2017
Description
Writer in Residence at the University of Birmingham on 1 March, 2017.
O Say Can You See: American art, propaganda, and the First World War

O Say Can You See: American art, propaganda, and the First World War

Date
01/03/2017
Description
David Lubin (Wake Forest University, and Terra Foundation Visiting Porfessor Oxford University) delivers this History of Art research 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.
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