- You are here:
- School of Music
The School of Music at the University of Leeds is one of the largest and most diverse academic music departments in the country. The School has an international reputation for research and brings together acclaimed scholars, composers and performers in purpose-built premises at the heart of the Leeds campus.Read More
Student's undergraduate Prokofiev study is basis of academic journal article
Times national trawl has Leeds in Top 10 for fifth year on the run
Electronic music innovator is focus of piece published in prestigious international journal
Conall's acoustic accompaniment helps bring fantasy author's song to life
23rd May, 7.30pm — 9.30pm: Grey Area Performs: Hugh Davies, Stockhausen, Christian Wolff, Owen Green
This concert presents a selection of rarely performed works by Hugh Davies and works by others that are related to, contemporaneous with, or influenced by his work.
The symposium will explore the interdisciplinary research area of sound, space and play in a human context, with special focus on practice.
The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds perform Monteverdi’s mass for four voices from his 1641 publication Selva morale e spirituale, with anthems by Henry Purcell including ‘The Lord is King’, ‘Blessed is he that considereth the poor’ and ‘Remember not, Lord, our offences’.
This five act ‘semi-opera’ is based, loosely, on the history of King Arthur’s battles between the Britons and the Saxons and his attempts to rescue his betrothed – the blind princess Emmeline.