Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures

School of Music



Max Reger – “The Last Giant in Music”

29th April 2018, 3.00pm5.00pm

Paul Hindemith’s estimation of Reger (1873-1916) sits uncomfortably with his almost complete neglect in the concert hall.


27th April 2018, 9.00am11.00pm

#AlgoraveAssembly is a day that brings together invited speakers and performers operating at the forefront of the Algorave scene

Research Colloquium: Understanding Brahms’s expectations for performers

26th April 2018, 4.30pm6.30pm

Jung Yoon Cho (University of Leeds) presents research into nineteenth-century performing practice with special reference to Brahms’s music

Student Showcase

20th April 2018, 1.05pm1.55pm

Final year student Simon Pratt will perform a selection of German lieder with school repetiteur Daniel Gordon.



Research Colloquium: Barbara Kelly (Royal Northern College of Music)

19th April 2018, 4.30pm6.30pm

Prof Barbara Kelly (RNCM) presents new research on singer Jane Bathori's performance activities in WW1 Paris.

Leeds Lieder Celebrity Recital

17th March 2018, 7.30pm9.30pm

Toby Spence’s cleverly constructed recital explores the musical kinship between three of the finest twentieth century song composers: Poulenc, Britten and Finzi.


Research Colloquium: Days of Independents: Narratives of authenticity in the music industry

15th March 2018, 4.30pm6.30pm

Simon Warner focuses on post-war Anglo-American popular music with a specific concern with countercultural signs.

'Terrain: for amplified objects and devices' and 'Mechanical Techno'

14th March 2018, 7.30pm9.30pm

Lee Patterson - Terrain: for amplified objects and devices.

Graham Dunning - Mechanical Techno

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