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School's concert composed to compliment ceramics exhibition

29 Mai 2015

The School of Music presented a concert of new music composed in response to an ambitious ceramics exhibition at National Museum Cardiff.

Success for student societies

11 Mai 2015

Congratulations to all the music students and societies who have won awards at the Societies Awards 2015.

Success at the National Concert Band Festival

15 Ebrill 2015

Congratulations to the Cardiff University Wind Ensemble on recent success at the National Concert Band Festival Finals.

Harrison Birtwistle Studies

10 Ebrill 2015

A new collection of essays, edited by Drs David Beard, Kenneth Gloag, and Nicholas Jones, has just been published in celebration of one of the key figures in European contemporary music.

RCM honour

13 Mawrth 2015

Robin Stowell, Emeritus Professor of the School of Music, has been honoured for his outstanding contribution to international musical life.

The Key to Beethoven

20 Chwefror 2015

Alumnus Dr Paul Ellison has had his first book published, based on a revision of his Cardiff PhD thesis.

Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra releases debut CD

16 Chwefror 2015

The first CD of recordings by Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra, under conductor Mark Eager, is now available from Prima Facie Records.

Grant award for new recording

10 Chwefror 2015

Dr Arlene Sierra's latest CD recording has received a substantial grant from the Ditson Fund Recording Programme, whose objectives are to document and provide wider exposure for the music of younger American composers.


School of Music ranks amongst highest in UK

22 Rhagfyr 2014

Cardiff University School of Music has been ranked 8th in the UK for music in the most recent independent UK-wide rankings of research quality.

Meet Tony Woodcock, Music graduate and honorary fellow

21 Tachwedd 2014

You graduated from the School of Music in 1974. What were your highlights from studying here?

Research Fellowship to study music in the Ottoman Empire during WW1

14 Tachwedd 2014

Dr John Morgan O’Connell has recently been awarded a research fellowship by Cardiff University to study music in the Ottoman Empire during the First World War.

Dr Caroline Rae features in the BBC’s latest iWonder Guide

22 Hydref 2014

‘Love him or hate him – what’s the trouble with Brahms?’ is the question posed by a new BBC iWonder Guide presented by Tom Service in association with Dr Caroline Rae, Senior Lecturer at the School of Music.

Alumna Rachel Walker heads to Hollywood with award winning show choir

15 Hydref 2014

Rachel Walker graduated from the School of Music in 2003 and has enjoyed a career which has seen her perform across the UK, Austria and Prague.

The slow burn of musicology

15 Awst 2014

In 1993 the School of Music organized a pioneering conference on music in eighteenth-century Spain, the proceedings of which were later published by CUP and translated into Spanish.

Honorary Fellowship

21 Gorffennaf 2014

School of Music alumnus Tony Woodcock was awarded a Cardiff University Honorary Fellowship at the School's graduation ceremony in St David's Hall this week.

Judith Wier

New Master of the Queen's Music

15 Gorffennaf 2014

Congratulations to composer Judith Weir on her new appointment as Master of the Queen's Music.

Doctoral Training Programme success

15 Mai 2014

Future postgraduate researchers at the School of Music have been awarded substantial funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) in support of postgraduate study.

Robert Fokkens elected ARAM

25 Ebrill 2014

Congratulations to Dr Robert Fokkens on being elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM).

Gloria Artis award for Emeritus Professor

22 Ebrill 2014

Adrian Thomas, Emeritus Professor at the School of Music and leading authority on Polish music, has been awarded the Gloria Artis Gold Medal, Poland's highest cultural honour in acknowledgement of his outstanding contribution to the study and promotion of Polish music.

New Voices

15 Ebrill 2014

Three Cardiff composition alumni have been chosen for a Sound and Music scheme highlighting some of the most exciting early to mid-career composers working in Britain today.