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College Chamber Music Competition 2018

College Chamber Music Competition 2018
Date
Thursday 22nd February 2018
Location:
Boilerhouse Auditorium
Description
Join us for an evening of chamber music presented by students at Royal Holloway Department of Music as members of the College's Quartet-in-Residence, The Tippett Quartet, adjudicate this year's competition.

Pocket Concert: Friday 23rd February, 2017

Pocket Concert: Friday 23rd February, 2017
Date
Friday 23rd February 2018
Location:
Picture Gallery - Founder's Building
Description
Join us for our weekly Friday Pocket Concert showcasing the very best of our music students at the Department of Music.

Dramatic Foundations from England to Italy: Early Music Ensemble

Dramatic Foundations from England to Italy: Early Music Ensemble
Date
Friday 23rd February 2018
Location:
Picture Gallery - Founder's Building
Description
The staff-student Early Music Ensemble return to showcase the flourishing of secular vocal music from the English Restoration period, from the ancestors of JS Bach following the Thirty Years War, and music from Handel's sojourn in Italy that were to lay the foundations for opera.

Midweek Music: Eisteddfod

Midweek Music: Eisteddfod
Date
Wednesday 28th February 2018
Location:
Chapel - Founder's Building
Description
In preparation for St. David's Day, join the Choir of Royal Holloway in a programme by Welsh composers, including music by Tomkins, Mathias and Royal Holloway research composer, Nathan James Dearden.

Brit Sounds: New Music Collective

Brit Sounds: New Music Collective
Date
Thursday 1st March 2018
Location:
Boilerhouse Auditorium
Description
Curator and conductor, Mary Dullea and Nathan James Dearden, present an evening of music written in the past thirty years by British composers such as Mark-Anthony Turnage to Tansy Davies.

Pocket Concert: Friday 2nd March, 2018

Pocket Concert: Friday 2nd March, 2018
Date
Friday 2nd March 2018
Location:
Picture Gallery - Founder's Building
Description
Join us for our weekly Friday Pocket Concert showcasing the very best of our music students at the Department of Music.

Midweek Music: Founder's Choir

Midweek Music: Founder's Choir
Date
Wednesday 7th March 2018
Location:
Chapel - Founder's Building
Description
The Founder's Choir and conductor Claire Clyne present and all-American concert, including Jeffrey Van's choral cycle A procession winding around me for choir and guitar.

Crossing Borders: Gamelan Puloganti

Crossing Borders: Gamelan Puloganti
Date
Thursday 8th March 2018
Location:
Picture Gallery - Founder's Building
Description
The Gamelan Ensemble 'Puloganti', directed by Honorary Lecturer Simon Cook, specialises in the Sundanese style of West Java (gamelan degung and salendro) and returns to our Concert Series for another evening of transcendental sounds.

Pocket Concert: Friday 9th March, 2018

Pocket Concert: Friday 9th March, 2018
Date
Friday 9th March 2018
Location:
Picture Gallery - Founder's Building
Description
Join us for our weekly Friday Pocket Concert showcasing the very best of our music students at the Department of Music.

Dame Ethel Smyth / Composer, Suffragette, Surrey resident: VOTE100 at Royal Holloway

Dame Ethel Smyth / Composer, Suffragette, Surrey resident: VOTE100 at Royal Holloway
Date
Friday 9th March 2018
Location:
Picture Gallery - Founder's Building
Description
As part of Suffrage 2018, this concert celebrates the life of Dame Ethel Smyth (1858-1944).
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