Events

Quercus

17/02/2018

Three of the UK’s most celebrated folk and jazz musicians come together to create mesmerising, lyrical chamber music.

Contemporary Voices: Endymion Ensemble

20/02/2018

A programme of contemporary works culminating in a performance of Mozart’s famous quintet, paired with Philip Venables’s K, conceived by Venables as a prelude to it.

New Strategies for Backing the UK’s Leading Innovators

28/02/2018

Dr Ruth McKernan CBE, will discuss the latest developments in Innovate UK’s support for UK innovators, with a particular focus on activities in Wales.

Festival of Contemporary Music – Welsh Voices: Part II – Cardiff University Contemporary Music Group

02/03/2018

Cardiff University School of Music, CoMA’s main partner in Wales, explores vocal music on Friday 2 March,

Festival of Contemporary Music for All: Fidelio Trio

03/03/2018

We welcome renowned chamber group the Fidelio Trio (Darragh Morgan, Adi Tal and Mary Dullea) for a concert of contemporary chamber music.

Celebrating Debussy: Trio Anima

06/03/2018

French composer Claude Debussy (1862-1918) is featured is this season’s University Concert Series as we join the international commemorations of the 100th anniversary of his death with a festival of concerts and lectures exploring different facets of his work, influence and legacy.

Cardiff Scientific Society: What Makes Data Science Different?

07/03/2018

Speaker: Professor Stephane Bordas (Cardiff University)

Physical activity for health

08/03/2018

Speaker: Dr Rhodri Martin, Sports Wales

Jazz at the University: Pigfoot

10/03/2018

Pigfoot specialise in passing classic pop through their multi-idiomatic mangle while still sounding like affectionate fans of the originals.

Celebrating Debussy: Roy Howat (piano)

13/03/2018

French composer Claude Debussy (1862-1918) is featured is this season’s University Concert Series as we join the international commemorations of the 100th anniversary of his death with a festival of concerts and lectures exploring different facets of his work, influence and legacy.

Brain Games 2018

18/03/2018

From sensory illusions and inflatable Brain Domes to ghost hands and ‘DIY brain surgery’ – Brain Games 2018 showcases the power and mystery of our most vital organ.

Genome Editing: Its power to transform medicine and some potential pitfalls

22/03/2018

Speaker: Dr John Parrington, Oxford University

Jazz at the University: Trish Clowes (saxophone) and Gareth Williams (piano)

14/04/2018

Gareth Williams has unquestionably established himself as one of the country’s leading modern jazz pianists. Described as “one of the most agile and original jugglers of improv and adventurous composition to have appeared in the UK in recent times” multi-award winning saxophonist and composer Trish Clowes has made quite an impact in the relatively short time she has been on the UK jazz scene.

Retorica

17/04/2018 - 17/04/2019

Acclaimed violin duo Retorica return to Cardiff to present a project exploring multimedia performance.

Dryads Duo

24/04/2018

London-based Dryads Duo was formed in 2010 by violinist Carla Santos and pianist Saul Picado. The Duo performs lesser known repertoire from the late 19th century to the present day.

Overcoming Inequalities in Internet Governance: framing digital policy capacity building strategies

26/04/2018 - 27/04/2018

GIG-ARTS 2018 – The Second European Multidisciplinary Conference on Global Internet Governance Actors, Regulations, Transactions and Strategies.

Cardiff University Symphonic Winds: David Gordon Shute (director)

26/04/2018

For their second concert of the year, Cardiff University Symphonic Winds presents a transatlantic programme. Works influenced by Scottish dance, Peruvian chant, Voltaire and Tudor psalmody.

Celebrating Debussy: Cardiff University Chamber Orchestra

27/04/2018

The final concert in the University’s ‘Celebrating Debussy’ series features Ravel’s orchestration of Debussy’s Sarabande and Danse, Saint-Saëns’s first cello concerto which Shostakovich and Rachmaninoff considered to be one of the greatest examples of the genre and the ‘Paris’ Symphony, composed in 1778 while Mozart was based in Paris.

The Glories of Baroque and Classical Rome: Cardiff University Chamber Choir

04/05/2018

Venue: St Augustine’s Church, Penarth

The European Cancer Stem Cell Research Institute 6th Annual Research Symposium: Cancer and Stem Cells 2018

13/09/2018 - 14/09/2018

Our Sixth Annual Symposium brings together world-leading researchers in cancer stem cells and cancer.