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This year's Christmas show at Cambridge Junction features songs and incidental music by Tom Parkinson, Lecturer in Composition at Royal Holloway.
Royal Holloway composer Gavin Higgins has won a prestigious Ivors Composer Award for his trombone concerto, The Book of Miracles.
This one-day conference, supported by the IMR and RCM, will address identity issues faced by professional Western classical musicians of colour.
Mark Bowden and Gavin Higgins have both been nominated for the prestigious awards by the Ivors Academy.
Royal Holloway's new Lecturer in Composition, Tom Parkinson, is in Amsterdam this week for the premiere of his latest project with longstanding choreographic partners Ivgi&Greben.
Teaching Fellow Dr Daniel Elphick is closely involved with celebrations for the centenary of Polish-Jewish-Soviet composer Mieczysław Weinberg this year, including upcoming events at the Wigmore Hall.
The Music Department invites outline proposals from postdoctoral scholars interested in applying for a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship hosted at Royal Holloway, University of London.
The Department of Music is delighted to announce the addition of Dr Tom Parkinson to its composition staff.
The event was part of the Cantiere Internazionale d’Arte, which takes place annually in the hilltop medieval town of Montepulciano.
Professor Geoff Baker is a co-investigator on the project, which has been awarded £984,000 by the Arts & Humanities Research Council.