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

Events

BEASTdome: Pantry Sessions

BEASTdome: Pantry Sessions

Date
10/02/2017 - 19/03/2017
Description
Presented in association with the THSH Jazzlines programme, Gonimoblast is a pioneering new jazz ensemble with a heavy emphasis on electronics.
BEASTdome: Pantry Sessions

BEASTdome: Pantry Sessions

Date
11/02/2017 - 19/03/2017
Description
An evening of Swedish electronic music curated by BEAST composer Helene Hedsund.
Flute Choir and Clarinet Choir

Flute Choir and Clarinet Choir

Date
19/02/2017
Description
Two of the Music Society's fledgling ensembles, the Flute and Clarinet choirs present an afternoon of light music and fun arrangements. A perfect afternoon for all clarinet and flute enthusiasts.
Harmonie Band

Harmonie Band

Date
20/02/2017
Description
Final year conducting students direct a performance of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 in a version for wind ensemble.
Translation as invention: Martin Crimp's re-enactment of translation in his writing for theatre

Translation as invention: Martin Crimp's re-enactment of translation in his writing for theatre

Date
21/02/2017
Description
Dr Geraldine Brodie (University College London) delivers this BCT research seminar.
Imperial Networks: Spreading images of Black Africa through early twentieth century postcards

Imperial Networks: Spreading images of Black Africa through early twentieth century postcards

Date
21/02/2017
Description
Professor Gilles Teulié (Aix-Marseille Université) delivers this Boundary Crossings research event.
Fragile Crown: the case for restitution of el Penacho to Mexico from the Vienna Weltmuseum

Fragile Crown: the case for restitution of el Penacho to Mexico from the Vienna Weltmuseum

Date
22/02/2017
Description
Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll (University of Birmingham) delivers this History of Art research seminar.

Is (S)he Feminist? Gendered Receptions of Women Writers and Activists. The Cases of Anna Haag and Elizabeth Robins

Date
22/02/2017
Description
Speakers: Dr Bea Kluesener (Catholic University Eichstätt) and Sybil Oldfield (University of Sussex), Discussant: Dr Shelley Budgeon (University of Birmingham).
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