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

Events

Symphony Orchestra

Symphony Orchestra

Date
13/03/2015
Description
The Music Society presents a concert highlighting the talents of its many members, including the winners of the Music Society's composition and concerto prizes, William Tuckwell and Steven Teo.
University Chorus

University Chorus

Date
14/03/2015
Description
The University Chorus takes the opportunity to perform with the Bramall organ in a programme of three contrasting works.
Saxophone Ensemble

Saxophone Ensemble

Date
15/03/2015
Description
The Music Society's Saxophone Ensemble provide an afternoon of light entertainment with a mixed programme of arrangements and original compositions for saxophones.
AWAKE

AWAKE

Date
16/03/2015
Description
AWAKE explores the findings of the largest ever study of awareness during anaesthesia through music, poetry and discussion in an evening to challenge your very concept of consciousness.
Whither German Memory? Towards an Integrated Model of Remembering

Whither German Memory? Towards an Integrated Model of Remembering

Date
18/03/2015
Description
Speaker: Bill Niven (Nottingham Trent). IGS / Modern Languages seminar.
Whither German Memory? Towards an Integrated Model of Remembering

Whither German Memory? Towards an Integrated Model of Remembering

Date
18/03/2015
Description
Speaker: Bill Niven (Nottingham Trent). IGS / Modern Languages seminar.
Seeing spiritually and seeing the spiritual: seeking some perspective on Pieter Bruegel's paintings

Seeing spiritually and seeing the spiritual: seeking some perspective on Pieter Bruegel's paintings

Date
19/03/2015
Description
Jamie Edwards (University of Birmingham) delivers this Art History, Film and Visual Studies research seminar.
Spain and Portugal in the early seventeenth century: a Viceroy's viewpoint

Spain and Portugal in the early seventeenth century: a Viceroy's viewpoint

Date
19/03/2015
Description
Professor Trevor Dadson (Queen Mary, University of London) delivers the Sir Henry Thomas Lecture 2015.
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