Cardiff Music graduate Michael Francis (BMus 1997) had an extraordinary 'break' early this month when he was asked at less than 48 hours' notice to deputise for the London Symphony Orchestra's incoming Principal Conductor, Valery Gergiev.
A new CD of compositions by Judith Weir has just been issued by Signum Records in collaboration with BBC Radio 3
The School of Music and the Central European Music Research Centre (CEMRC) at Cardiff University have announced the launch of the first stage of an innovative new online database.
Three weeks after deputising for an indisposed Valery Gergiev, Michael Francis (BMus 1997) was asked to rescue another London Symphony Orchestra concert.
Congratulations to Dr Arlene Sierra who has just been awarded a Charles Ives Fellowship by the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
The School of Music is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Clair Rowden to a Lectureship in Music.
The School of Music at Cardiff University is inaugurating a new MA in Ethnomusicology
Congratulations to Professor Judith Weir who was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by King's College, London, on 8 March
On Monday 18 June 2007 a group of seven students from the School of Music embarked on a ten-day study trip to the island of Ischia off the coast of Italy
The School of Music is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Sarah Hill to a Lectureship in Music from August 2007
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.
Dr Sarah Hill has been central to the preparation and making of a new BBC Radio 2 documentary - 'A Taste of Summer'
Following the publication in 2006 of the first volume of his ground-breaking biography of Leos Janacek, Professor John Tyrrell's second volume has just been published by Faber & Faber.
The BBC has announced that Cardiff's Distinguished Visiting Professor, Judith Weir, is being accorded the special honour of being the focus for its annual composer festival in 2008.
Winter Song, an extended work for chamber orchestra, is a Scottish-Finnish co-production.
Arlene Sierra has been accorded the honour of a Showcase Concert at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
Eoghan Neff is the first recipient of the BFE Award for the best postgraduate paper presented at the British Forum for Ethnomusicology annual conference
The Guardian awards four stars to a recital given by the violinist Alexandra Wood and the composer and pianist Huw Watkins
The School of Music has annoucned the launch of a second significant database that has been created under the guidance of Professor John Tyrrell