Dr Kinga Goodwin, Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Modern Languages, discusses the lived experience of CEE artists, and the implications they feel their migrant status has on their careers.
The Department of Music is delighted to share news of recent distinguished student achievement in the conducting field, adding to the illustrious list of graduates from the wider conducting programme at the University.
The scheme celebrates members of professional services staff who consistently carry out an excellent job and frequently exceed expectations.
Dr Kinga Goodwin, Policy Impact Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Modern Languages, discusses the intersections of various cultural identities, and how this impacts on migrant artists.
University Music at the University of Birmingham have this month launched their virtual offering for all students studying at the University and interested in music.
A University Music Scholarship is a great opportunity for prospective students who plan to study something other than Music. You will receive music tuition as well as the chance to take part in our performing ensembles.
Diana Syrse, a composer and PhD student in the Department of Music, has premiered her new work Géante Rouge (Red Giant) on Radio France.
Conducting students on the renowned Birmingham MA course in Choral Conducting will this semester participate in a series of online masterclasses with leading choral musicians and teachers from across the world.
Postgraduate conductors and composers at the University of Birmingham this month received guest talks from leading international choral composers.
Professor Sara Jones, Dr Charlotte Galpin (University of Birmingham) and Dr Jenny Wüstenberg (Nottingham Trent University) have received a grant of £935k from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
Music scholar Owen Putter (MSci Mathematics) wins prestigious Gregynog Young Musician Competition award.
To celebrate 75 years, Barber Concerts is presenting a selection of memories, archival material, photographs and virtual performances for audiences to enjoy.