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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
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Samuel Moore will perform a programme of solo guitar works showcasing the many diverse rhythmic forms that shape the flamenco tradition; from fiery dances to dark and introspective laments.
4th October, 10.00am — 5.30pm: Musica Britannica/RMA Critical Music Editing Study Day: Methodology, Sources, Repertoire: 1600-1900
Proposals are invited for papers of up to 20 minutes (followed by 10 minutes of discussion), lecture recitals of up to 30 minutes, and themed sessions / panels / roundtables of up to 60 minutes
A rare opportunity to listen to the Sarod, a lute-like instrument that is very popular in India, but rarely heard across the UK in a performance of two north Indian classical Rāgs.
Fifteen musicians, seven countries, three continents, one band. Together, Världens Band discovers the possibilities when traditions are shared, creativity freed and multiculturalism embraced.