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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
Iddon chamber work is put forward in 2014 BASCA awards
Drummer Kerrie exports her skills to Bangalore to boost young instrumental talent
Staff member edits and contributes to new journal edition on German composer's literary connections
The University of Leeds School of Music is pleased to announce a three-year fully-funded PhD Studentship
In this concert Clive Brown and Miaoyin Qu shall attempt to get as close as possible to the performing practices of the periods in which the music was written.
Dr James Roberts (Leeds University Business School) draws upon Capability Theory (among others) to explore the varied responses of broadcasters and major music companies to the digitisation of content and distribution networks over the last 20 years, suggesting that in general broadcasters have been more successful in addressing the threats and opportunities of digitisation than major music companies.
Sally Pendlebury and Ian Buckle give the first of two concerts in which they perform the complete Sonatas for cello and piano by Beethoven.
Mark Doffman (University of Oxford) explores time and timing in music across a range of genres and performance situations, assessing what it means to have ‘good time’ in situations as diverse as contemporary art music, jazz and dance music.