PhD student's score chosen to feature in upcoming Welsh Composers' Showcase
The Cardiff University Wind Ensemble was awarded Gold at the recent National Concert Band Festival (NCBF) in Cheltenham.
The Cardiff University Chamber Choir and Orchestra will be performing in St Augustine’s Church, Penarth.
The School of Music is paying tribute to André Jolivet, a towering figure in 20th century French music.
Having made their Wigmore Hall debut last year, violinist Deborah Marchetti and pianist Stefan Wirth will be returning to the UK...
Renowned conductor Richard Evans will be visiting Cardiff later this month to hold workshops with the Cardiff University Brass Band Society...
The University Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra will bring the spirit of Romantic French music to historic Llandaff Cathedral.
The first CD devoted to the music of Dr Arlene Sierra has been released to critical acclaim...
On 22 January 2011, the French composer Henri Dutilleux celebrated his 95th birthday. This milestone is commemorated in a special edition of the Contemporary Music Review, ‘Dutilleux at 95’, co-edited by Caroline Rae and Caroline Potter...
Giselle Allen, a former student at the School of Music, has taken to the stage at the London Coliseum this week as one of the lead performers in the UK premiere of The Passenger...
Welsh composer and School of Music alumnus recently took a red carpet walk at one of Hollywood’s biggest show business awards ceremonies...
The School's NSS results from the class of 2010-11.
Michael Francis, who graduated with a BMus degree in 1997, returns to Cardiff in November to make his conducting debut...
The School of Music is seeking to appoint for a new academic position...
During the autumn of 2010 three new lecturing posts were filled in the School of Music...
On Saturday 19 February the Brass Band from Cardiff University travelled to take part, for the first time, in the University Brass Band Championships of Great Britain and Northern Ireland...
Caroline Rae is co-organiser with Caroline Potter (Kingston University) of the Institute of Musical Research Study Day ‘Dutilleux at 95’ which takes place at the Senate House, University of London on 28 January 2011.
With the aid of strategic university investment the School of Music is entering an exciting new phase of development and is seeking to appoint three new members of staff.
Congratulations to Cardiff music graduate Bethan Guilfoyle (née Jones), who has been honoured in the New Year's Honours list with the order of Commander of the British Empire (CBE).
The School of Music played host on 3 February to the well-known philosopher, broadcaster and newspaper columnist, Professor Roger Scruton, who gave a public lecture on 'Understanding The Ring: Wagner and Philosophy'.
'Understanding Wagner's Ring: The Composer as Philosopher'
Tuesday 3 February 2009, School of Music, 16.30
Congratulations to second-year student Gareth Ceredig on being honoured by the NYOGB for 'the most outstanding contribution to the orchestra' in 2008.
It has just been announced that final-year music student Tom Davoren has been appointed Composer-in-Residence for the renowned Desford Colliery Band.
A 2008 graduate and a final-year student make their broadcasting debuts on BBC national radio this autumn.
The School of Music at Cardiff University is delighted to welcome the Carducci Quartet as its new Ensemble-in-Residence for 2008-09.
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.
Students are seldom idle during the summer vacation, and this year has been notable for the appearance of a number of the School of Music's current and former students on BBC Television.
The distinguished Welsh composer, and former Professor of Music at Cardiff, Alun Hoddinott died on 11 March 2008 aged 78.
BBC Wales and the School of Music at Cardiff University are delighted to announce a special festival to honour the distinguished French composer, Henri Dutilleux (b. 22 January 1916).
Congratulations to Professor Judith Weir who has been awarded the distinguished Queen's Medal for Music 2007, the first composer to be so honoured.
At a ceremony in the Polish mountains on 14 January 2008, the distinguished Polish composer Henryk Mikolaj Górecki was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by Cardiff University.
The Guardian music critic, Rian Evans, awarded four stars to a recital given by the violinist Alexandra Wood and the composer and pianist Huw Watkins on 4 December 2007.
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.
Congratulations to Professor Judith Weir who was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by King's College, London, on 8 March.
The School of Music is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Clair Rowden to a Lectureship in Music.
Congratulations to Dr Arlene Sierra who has just been awarded a Charles Ives Fellowship by the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Three weeks after deputising with critical acclaim for an indisposed Valery Gergiev, Michael Francis (BMus 1997) was again asked to rescue another London Symphony Orchestra concert.
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.