The distinguished Polish composer Henryk Mikolaj Górecki has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by Cardiff University.
Professor Judith Weir has been awarded the distinguished Queen's Medal for Music 2007, the first composer to be so honoured.
BBC Wales and the School of Music are delighted to announce a special festival to honour the distinguished French composer, Henri Dutilleux.
A new CD of orchestral compositions by Judith Weir has just been issued by NMC (NMC D137).
The distinguished Welsh composer, and former Professor of Music at Cardiff, Alun Hoddinott died on 11 March 2008 aged 78.
Featuring presentations by scholars from Africa, Europe, North America, South America and the Middle East, this conference at Cardiff University will look at the art of music in a number of distinctive cultural contexts and from a range of different theoretical perspectives.
Following his CUP study of Tippett's A Child of Our Time, Kenneth Gloag has turned his attention to another British masterpiece, Nicholas Maw's Odyssey (1972-87).
Students are seldom idle during the summer vacation, and this year has been notable for the appearance of a number of the School's current and former students on BBC Television.
Cardiff undergraduate students have given the School of Music the highest overall satisfaction rating of any UK Music Department - 96% - in the 2008 National Student Survey.
The School of Music is delighted to welcome the Carducci Quartet as its new Ensemble-in-Residence for 2008-09
A work by one of the School's doctoral students in composition has been chosen to mark Cardiff University's 125th anniversary.
A 2008 graduate and a final-year student make their broadcasting debuts on BBC national radio this autumn
Tom Davoren has been appointed Composer-in-Residence for the renowned Desford Colliery Band
Congratulations to second-year student Gareth Ceredig on being honoured by the NYOGB for 'the most outstanding contribution to the orchestra' in 2008