Events in the College of Arts and Law

Events

Monday Lunchtime Series

Monday Lunchtime Series

Date
09/02/2015 - 23/03/2015
Description
The Dome is home to our free Monday lunchtime student recital series each Spring term. We present a variety of ensembles and soloists, including early music groups and University Camerata.
Black Poppies - Britain's Black Community and the Great War

Black Poppies - Britain's Black Community and the Great War

Date
10/02/2015
Description
Stephen Bourne delivers the Centre for West Midlands History seminar.
From pride to humiliation: an Oral History project in Hialeah

From pride to humiliation: an Oral History project in Hialeah

Date
11/02/2015
Description
Dr Stéphanie Panichelli-Batalla (Aston University) delivers this Hispanic Studies research seminar.
Shakespeare Institute Seminar

Shakespeare Institute Seminar

Date
12/02/2015
Description
Shakespeare Institute seminar given by Jennifer Young (Department of English, Anglia Ruskin University).
Make The Dead Man Stand

Make The Dead Man Stand

Date
12 - 14/02/2015
Description
War beyond belief. Healing beyond the call. Make The Dead Man Stand is a tale of human paradox, devised from the vivid testaments of women and men who chose to heal in The Great War.
Barber Lunchtime Series: Whelan and Smith

Barber Lunchtime Series: Whelan and Smith

Date
13/02/2015
Description
Principal bassoonist with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra since 2008, Peter Whelan was described by the Philadelphia Enquirer as 'an absolute master of fleet facility with a solidly plush tone of wondrous immediacy'. He is in constant demand as a soloist and chamber musician and has received glowing responses from audiences and critics alike, including a Gramophone Award for his recording of Vivaldi bassoon concertos with La Serenissima in 2010. Peter is joined by pianist and fellow Scottish Chamber Orchestra member, Simon Smith, for this lunchtime recital.
Chamber Ensembles and Gamelan Ensemble

Chamber Ensembles and Gamelan Ensemble

Date
15/02/2015
Description
In an eclectic concert of chamber music, students from across the University perform in small ensembles having received professional coaching through the Music Society's chamber music network. The Gamelan Ensemble give a captivating performance to open the concert with their director, Andy Channing.
'The Republic of the Mad'. radical psychiatry in Italy in the 1960s and 1970s and the end of the asylum

'The Republic of the Mad'. radical psychiatry in Italy in the 1960s and 1970s and the end of the asylum

Date
17/02/2015
Description
Dr John Foot (University of Bristol) delivers this Italian Studies research seminar.
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