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Operatic monodrama to tour Wales

8 November 2022

Women-led, Cardiff-based opera company Opera’r Ddraig will be touring ‘Bhekizizwe’, the operatic monodrama.

Workshop aims to raise deaf awareness

1 November 2022

The School of Music has hosted a free workshop, "Music for the Eyes", aimed at raising deaf awareness, as part of the university’s Festival of Social Science.

Students past and present join in the Felabration

6 October 2022

Current and past students of the School of Music will join Dele Sosimi and members of his Afrobeat Orchestra.

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School of Music alumna becomes member of the Recording Academy

26 September 2022

Rachel Walker Mason, School of Music graduate and winner of over 80 prestigious music awards, has been made a member of the Recording Academy (The GRAMMYs).

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Cardiff University Orchestra conductor Mark Eager steps down

21 July 2022

After 14 years of directing Cardiff University Symphony Orchestra, Mark Eager steps down as the ensemble’s conductor.

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School of Music ranked top 10 in the UK by Complete University Guide

14 July 2022

The school has jumped 8 places in the 2023 Complete University Guide.

Dr Arlene Sierra

Professor Arlene Sierra symphony premieres receive audience and critical acclaim

27 June 2022

Premieres of Professor Arlene Sierra’s Nature and Bird Symphonies, performed by Thierry Fischer and the Utah Symphony, have received rave reviews.

Outstanding research at the School of Music

12 May 2022

Celebrating success in the latest Research Excellence Framework

School of Music hosts International Women’s Day concert

31 March 2022

Cardiff School of Music hosted a special concert to celebrate International Women’s Day, paying tribute to musical works written, directed, arranged and performed by women, and pieces where a female character takes centre stage.

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“Death and Transfiguration” receives rave reviews

10 March 2022

Death and Transfiguration, Professor Kenneth Hamilton’s new album devoted to the piano music of Franz Liszt, continues to earn accolades.