Jazz at the University: Kit Downes (piano), Lucy Railton (cello)


Kit Downes and Lucy Railton form a pairing that is at once dark and detailed, colourful and contemplative

Composer Portraits 4: Kenneth Hamilton (piano)


Piano recital (Kenneth Hamilton) and an introduction to the work of Gwen John

Music in Vienna: Vienna Piano Trio


Music by Mozart, Schoenberg, and Schubert

Music in Vienna: Boxwood and Brass


Boieldieu arr. Anon: Overture Jean de Paris Triebensee : Partita in E flat Beethoven arr. Anon: Symphony no. 7 The imaginatively named group Boxwood & Brass specialise in Harmoniemusik (for wind instruments) from the two or three decades either side of 1800. This is a fascinating and, with the exception of some Mozart examples, a relatively unknown repertoire. The Harmonie usually described an ensemble of up to fifteen players, generally with pairs of oboes, clarinets, horns and bassoons, sometimes supplemented by a wide range of other instruments. With its roots in Viennese saloon and Imperial music, a parallel tradition was growing in France through military and revolutionary bands.

CMG: Crossing the Border II


music by composers who’ve combined aspects of various jazz and popular styles with contemporary aesthetic and technical approaches, including by Joe Cutler, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Errollyn Wallen and Tansy Davies

Postgraduate Composer Showcase


Postgraduate composers collaborate with the Cardiff University Contemporary Music Group in a lunchtime performance

Simon Rowland Jones (viola), Tim Horton (piano)


Works for viola and piano



World jazz inspired duo AfuriKo are Japanese percussionist Akiko Horii and Ango-French pianist and composer Jim Funnell

Jazz at the University: Dinosaur


Laura Jurd is a British award-winning trumpet player, composer and bandleader and BBC New Generation Artist for 2015-2017

Music in Vienna: Cardiff University Chamber Choir


Cardiff University Chamber Choir present a concert focusing on the Viennese Baroque

Cardiff University Jazz Ensemble, Huw Warren (director)


Cardiff University Jazz Ensemble and their award-winning director, Huw Warren, take to the stage to present a concert of jazz, old and new

Composers’ Showcase with the Contemporary Music Group


The final concert in the Contemporary Music Group’s annual mini-series presents a selection of music written by Cardiff University student composers