Please note all events in the academic year 2021 will be online only for visitors.
We are especially pleased to welcome Tom Taylor and Matthew Herd to Royal Holloway for an intimate evening of jazz.
The exhibition uncovers how forensic and other evidence about the death marches has been gathered since the end of the Holocaust.
We are excited to be able to share this jazz-fusion suite with you, with behind-the-scenes footage of the recording process and how the suite came about.
Join us for our weekly Friday pocket concert as we showcase the very best of our second and third-year special study music students and ensembles at the Department of Music.
Greg Leurs will draw on archive records to explore the role notable staff and alumnae played in the fight for women's suffrage in the UK.
Join the Choir of Royal Holloway and our Director of Choral Music and Organist Rupert Gough for our popular, weekly midweek music series.
What are the benefits of collective activity? What are the challenges? How can orchestras benefit society? Can orchestras help rebuild society in a post-COVID world?
Professor Gonda Van Steen (King's College London) will give the 19th annual Hellenic Lecture.
Members of the New Music Collective and New Voices Consort premiere a small selection of new encores to round-off an International Concert Series event.
From archival performances to live-streamed gigs, forums to share ideas to online lectures, we are pleased to continue our new platform for the community at the Department of Music.
This talk will explore the history of artworks connected to the movement and explain how these works came to be part of the collections.
Music research seminar with Joshua Tucker (Brown University).
This lecture will explore the embodied experience of loving and losing love, asking, what did it mean to die from a broken heart?