The album reached #2 in the UK's Official Charts last week and features performances from world-renowned orchestras and ensembles including the BBC Symphony Orchestra, and former Birmingham student, Rosie Middleton.
We are genuinely delighted to be able to present live concerts to you all again from 1 October.
Charlotte Galpin and Maren Rohe write for The Conversation
Video recordings from July 2021 online conference, hosted by the Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation Research Centre (OCCT).
Dr Maria Witek has been awarded an AHRC development and engagement fellowship for her project entitled 'Embodied timing and disability in DJ practice', running from February 2022 to July 2023.
The project (March 2022-March 2024) aims at investigating the varieties of Spanish spoken by the Latin Americans of London
MA Translation Studies and BA Modern Languages students at the University of Birmingham had the opportunity to hear first hand from Translation experts with a special careers talk with translation agency The Word Hub.
For World Photography Day, MA Art History and Curating postgraduate student Sam Robinson discusses photography of British seaside towns
The annual Summer Festival of Music is a highlight of the academic year for musicians at the University of Birmingham. University Music were pleased to host online and in-person events over two weeks in June.
Sara Jones and Kinga Goodwin reflect on how arts venues reopening might be too late for the central and eastern European artists leaving the UK due to xeno-racism, Brexit and the Coronavirus, in the Byline Times
The UrbTerr project team at The University of Birmingham had the wonderful opportunity to virtually meet and engage in posthumanist critical theoretical conversations with Professor Emerita Nina Lykke.
Undergraduate and postgraduate music students took part in a series of workshops with Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (BCMG)