School of Music

Robert Fokkens elected ARAM

25 April 2014

Congratulations to Dr Robert Fokkens on being elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM).

Gloria Artis award for Emeritus Professor

22 April 2014

Adrian Thomas, Emeritus Professor at the School of Music and leading authority on Polish music, has been awarded the Gloria Artis Gold Medal, Poland's highest cultural honour in acknowledgement of his outstanding contribution to the study and promotion of Polish music.

Excellence Award for Music Library

15 April 2014

Excellence Award for Music Library

New Voices

15 April 2014

Three Cardiff composition alumni have been chosen for a Sound and Music scheme highlighting some of the most exciting early to mid-career composers working in Britain today.

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Holocaust survivor testimony event marks liberation of Bergen-Belsen

4 April 2014

We Remember Them: An Evening with Mala.

The God Article

12 March 2014

A new research collaboration is set to breathe technological life into an ancient Turkish instrument.

Cardiff University marks International Women’s Day

3 March 2014

Events across the city to honour and celebrate the achievements of women.

Alaturka: Style in Turkish music

15 October 2013

Exploring the significance of style in Turkish music

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Tracing Lines

30 September 2013

Composer traces South African roots on new CD.

Page to Stage

9 July 2013

New app aims to engage people with classical music.

Inspiring young composers

25 June 2013

Widening access event helps A-Level student secure BBC Proms win.

Urban Birds

10 May 2013

Major funding for new compositional project

Bringing alive compositions

17 April 2013

Cardiff students perform work by Croesyceiliog School pupils.

The Picture of Dorian Gray

7 February 2013

Cardiff student brings well-known novel to musical life.

East meets West

13 December 2012

School of Music hosts talented Singaporean music students

Seattle Symphony premiere

26 October 2012

International premiere of new work by Dr Arlene Sierra.

The sound of history

24 January 2012

Substantial collections of unique manuscript and printed music from the 18th and 19th centuries are to be made available to a wider scholarly audience thanks to new funding.