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PhD composer Jack White was chosen to participate in an exciting Sound and Music / BBC Symphony Orchestra opportunity for five young composers to collaborate with the orchestra...
Ben Curry, PhD student and Programme Coordinator for Foundation Degree in Music Production at Weston College, has recently published an article in the leading research journal Studies in Musical Theatre...
PhD Composer Steven Berryman was among six composers chosen to participate in the highly competitive BBC National Orchestra of Wales Welsh Composers Showcase...
The School is pleased to offer a number of postgraduate studentships each year through the regular funding schemes. Studentships are awarded on a competitive basis and are available subject to acceptance onto the relevant taught or research programme.
Congratulations to three of the School of Music's postgraduate students - Max Charles Davies, Christian Morris and Jack White - on being selected for the recent 'Welsh Composers Showcase'.
As a result of Cardiff University's successful bid for a Block Grant Partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council, a new funding opportunity has been created for student composers.
The School of Music is delighted to announce that it will fund up to 10 full and fees-only postgraduate studentships to be taken up in 2009-10.
Max Charles Davies, one of Cardiff University's PhD students in composition, has received a commission to write a Concerto for Orchestra.
Beata Boleslawska, a PhD student in musicology, has followed up her 2001 book on Andrzej Panufnik by co-authoring and co-editing a new CD-ROM on the composer's life and works.
A work by one of the School's doctoral students in composition has been chosen to mark the 125th anniversary of the founding of Cardiff University.
The School of Music at Cardiff University is to offer a number of three-year PhD Studentships for next academic year. The studentships may be held under any of the three research programmes offered by the School of Music - Musicology (including Ethnomusicology), Performance and Composition - with one 'fees-only' studentship reserved for a student of composition.
News about the deadlines and procedures for applicants to the School of Music at Cardiff University.
We are delighted to announce that Eoghan Neff, a Cardiff School of Music research postgraduate, is the first recipient of the BFE Award for the best postgraduate paper presented at the British Forum for Ethnomusicology annual conference.
PhD composition student, Max Charles Davies, has had a work selected by the Society for Promotion of New Music for an event at the BBC Maida Vale Studios in London.
The School of Music at Cardiff University is pleased to announce that it is inaugurating a new MA in Ethnomusicology.
Applications are invited for one full postgraduate research studentship and one 'fees-only' postgraduate research studentship, both studentships tenable from September 2007 for three years.