View recordings of selected past events
Royal Hackaway is Royal Holloway's annual hackathon. Open to students from around the world, in this two-day hackathon you'll work as a team to build a project.
An evocative journey exploring the musical terrain of hidden gems for flute, cello and piano.
As well as performing music of a more traditional nature, Trio Sonorité explore new horizons performing lesser-known repertoire of works by 20th and 21st century composers.
We are excited to welcome back acclaimed flautists Carla Rees and Gavin Stewart to our series with a concert showcasing the multifaceted flute, with music from Boismortier, Telemann to Hurel.
We are pleased to showcase the newest cohort of the Picture Gallery Composer-in-Residence Scheme, presenting new music inspired by our beautiful Picture Gallery and its collection.
We are delighted to be hosting Dr Hal Sosabowski to give an exciting and interactive talk on some of his work. Dr Hal is an excellent public speaker who is passionate about making science fun.
Now a highlight of our season, we are thrilled to bring back our annual chamber music showcase in partnership with the Tippett Quartet Chamber Music Programme.
The 2023 Fawcett Lecture will be delivered by Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton, Chief Fire Officer of the West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service.
Leading Roma-influenced music duo Faith I Branko join the Royal Holloway Balkan Music Ensemble for a raucous evening of Balkan classics and toe-tapping originals. Not to be missed!
The unique Andean band, the only one of its type in the UK, join hands with the university’s Gamelan Puloganti for an evening of joyous, foot-tapping music.
This year's Hayes-Robinson Lecture will be given by Professor Sir Chris Clark, Regius Professor of History at the University of Cambridge.
New Music Collective and New Voices Consort return with a concert of two halves: a special performance of a Gavin Bryars' masterpiece, paired with Caroline Shaw's moving cantata, To the Hands.
We are excited to showcase our Symphony Orchestra this season, under the baton of Rebecca Miller.
Some of Royal Holloway’s finest young jazz specialists showcase their talent in an evening of toe-tapping tunes.
Surrey Wildlife Trust and Royal Holloway, University of London are coming together to launch Youth Action for Nature 2023.