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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.
'Current, Rising' is a 15-minute hyper reality opera experience, combining virtual reality with a multisensory set, blending stagecraft with CG technology.
The Journal of Sound and Music in Games, co-edited by Dr Tim Summers (Lecturer in Music), was nominated for a game industry award at the Game Audio Network Guild (GANG) awards.
The Choir of Royal Holloway announce their first ever Composer-in-Residence for 2021-2022, the award-winning Welsh composer Nathan James Dearden.
Royal Holloway composer, Nathan James Dearden, is featured in the latest album released by NMC Recordings digital label as part of his residency with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain.
The British Library has launched its online exhibition to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth with a special ‘Discovering Music’ space on the composer.
'The Routledge Handbook to German Music under Occupation, 1938-1945', has been nominated by BBC Music Magazine as one of the best books on music to be published in 2020.