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

Events

Title to be confirmed / On the performer-composer relationship after theory: reflections on real life

Title to be confirmed / On the performer-composer relationship after theory: reflections on real life

Date
14/02/2018
Description
Seth Ayazz (Independent) and Heather Roche (Independent) deliver a double session of the Music Colloquium series seminar.
Huw Watkins and Clare Hammond

Huw Watkins and Clare Hammond

Date
21/02/2018
Description
Huw Watkins and Clare Hammond join us for an evening of British contemporary piano music as part of the University's CrossCurrents new music festival.
'Nothing Really Changes': Musical Processes in and as Time in ingenga and Related Works / Whose Liberation? Iranian Popular Music and the Fetishisation of Resistance'

'Nothing Really Changes': Musical Processes in and as Time in ingenga and Related Works / Whose Liberation? Iranian Popular Music and the Fetishisation of Resistance'

Date
28/02/2018
Description
Lauren Redhead (Canterbury Christ Church University) and Laudan Nooshin (City University) deliver a double session of the Music Colloquium series seminar.
Music and Animal Songs

Music and Animal Songs

Date
14/03/2018
Description
Emily Doolittle (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) delivers the Music Colloquium series seminar.
Fretwork

Fretwork

Date
14/03/2018
Description
We welcome Fretwork, winners of the prestigious 'Chamber Music and Song' prize at the 2017 Royal Philharmonic Society Awards, to the Barber Institute Evening Concert series.
Stephen Hough

Stephen Hough

Date
25/04/2018
Description
Pre-eminent British pianist Stephen Hough returns to the Barber Institute for a special performance that launches the programme for the 2018 Birmingham International Piano Festival.
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