See the latest news from our department.
Tina K. Ramnarine, Professor of Music, has been working on a vital new project, 'Decolonising Folk'.
The Department invites applications for AHRC studentships from candidates who are accepted for the MPhil/PhD degree to commence in 2022.
Dr Daniel Elphick, Teaching Fellow in Music, will be speaking as part of a panel on music and the environment as part of the Philharmonia Orchestra's 'Human/Nature' series at Royal Festival Hall.
Dr Shzr Ee Tan, Senior Lecturer in Ethnomusicology, has started her AHRC-funded Research and Engagement Grant project on 'Sounds of Precarious Labour'
Dr Mark Berry, Reader in Music History and Head of Music Department, will give a lecture at the Wagner Society later this month.
We are excited to welcome two new staff members to the Cyborg Soloists team, working alongside Principal Investigator, Zubin Kanga.
Dr Mary Dullea's chamber music festival continues to thrive in 2021
Composition research features on new disc celebrating Welsh song
A wide-ranging study of sentimentalism’s significance for styles, practices and meanings of music in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Composition lecturers Dr Tonia Ko and Dr Nina Whiteman have been commissioned by Riot Ensemble in 2020-21 to create new solo works for their prestigious Zeitgeist series during the pandemic.