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Mark’s blog, Boulezian, has been selected for the UK Web Archive’s curated collections.
Tom Parkinson may be completing a PhD in composition (supervised by the Music Department's Brian Lock), but he is already an established composer on the theatrical scene.
Royal Holloway’s Director of Orchestras will take on the additional role from autumn 2019.
Miguel Diniz, a Masters student in composition, was recently in Lisbon, Portugal, for the premiere of an opera he co-wrote.
Brian Lock, Senior Lecturer in Composition, visited Shanghai in October to prepare for performances of his new multimediate work, Conversations on the Plurality of Worlds.
Professor Ramnarine will chair an event promoting a new book on the Windrush generation, Mother Country.
Saxophonist Simon Haram and London Sinfonietta premiere Sapiens – a brand new commission from Mark Bowden in London, 7th December.
Professor Ramnarine will participate in a panel discussion and listening session entitled 'Jump In The Line: Calypso in Britain'.
Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD studentship on 18th-century London concert life at Royal Holloway, University of London, in partnership with the Foundling Museum, London.
The Department of Music has been ranked 7th place for Music in The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.