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The Department of Music is committing to tackling inequality at the systemic level with actions, in specific context to Black Lives Matter.
The Department of Music at Royal Holloway has been ranked 9th place for Music in the Complete University Guide 2021.
Métier Records is to release a new recording of piano music from Iran by composers Amir Mahyar Tafreshipour and Hormoz Farhat, performed by Royal Holloway's Mary Dullea.
Holloway Notes, a choir run by student volunteers for adults with autism, social anxiety or learning disabilities, won a Judge’s Choice Award at the National Societies and Volunteering Awards.
A Royal Holloway student helped to bring residents of her village together during the Clap for the NHS with a moving performance of Italian opera
The new journal has published its first issue today, with input from the Department of Music at Royal Holloway.
The Department of Music's Nathan James Dearden has been selected for the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain's Young Composers Scheme.
Dance, Music and Cultures of Decolonisation in the Indian Diaspora has recently been published by Routledge.
The essay, 'Arnold Schoenberg: Beauty and horror', has been published as part of the 'Grace Notes' series.
Paper proposals are invited for a one-day conference hosted at Royal Holloway, University of London, on Tuesday 23 June 2020.