Ensemble-in-association Quatuor Diotima in residence in the Department
Ensemble-in-association Quatour Diotima have been working with undergraduate and postgraduate students as part of their residency in the Department.
Over the course of the visit the Paris-based group coached the Eboracum String Quartet, worked with eight undergraduate and postgraduate composers on new works specially written for them and gave a final concert of Schubert, Dutilleux and Beethoven.
Composers with Qyatuor Diotima after their workshops: (Back L to R) Manolis Ekmeksoglou, Chang Seok Choi, James Williamson, Constance Ronzatti, Joel Järventausta, Adam Bonser, Pierre Morlet, Thomas Simaku, Jaiden Muschett, Franck Chevalier, Kier Hall (Front L to R) Yung-Peng Zhao, John Cummins
Miller Theatre in New York City has unveiled its 2017-18 season, which is to include an evening length Portrait Concert of Composer Ann Cleare, Associate Lecturer of Composition in the Music Department.
BBC Radio 3 celebrated the 70th birthday of Emeritus Professor Nicola LeFanu by selecting her as Composer of the Week.
The Magic Paintbrush (By Helen Madden) and Greenacre School Anthem (By Judith Weir and Helen Madden).
Feb 13th and 15th 2017 saw two very special performances of ‘The Magic paintbrush’, a folk opera written for professional performers and school children.
A.I.LOVEs2scream captures a recent improvisation session by Federico Reuben (live coding / electronics) and Paulina Owczarek (alto saxophone).
Ricardo Alvarez Bulacio took part in two international conferences this month, presenting postdoctoral work developed at the Humanities Research Centre.
Catherine Laws gave a keynote address and a performance at ‘Embodied Monologues’, an international symposium of practitioner-researchers in music, theatre and dance, at the National University of Ireland Maynooth, on March 31st. On April 29th she will present a keynote speech at ‘Please Specify!: Sharing Artistic Research Across Disciplines’, the conference of the International Society for Artistic Research, at the University of the Arts, Helsinki, including a performance of ‘Touch and Go’ for piano, written for Catherine by Roger Marsh.