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Research funded in part by the Faculty of Music and the University’s John Fell OUP Research ...

Earlier this month we welcomed a group of children from a large junior school in Bletchley to ...

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Events

29 May

Graduate Study Day: Music and Identity (Online)

The Graduate Study Day is the new student-run conference for MSts, MPhils and DPhils in the Faculty of Mus...

31 May

Music and the Brain: A Story of Immersion

On May 31st, St Edmund Hall’s Centre for the Creative Brain will present an afternoon of neuroscience, u...

1 Jun

SCORD: Seminar for Composers of Oxford – Research and Development

Talk: A response to ‘Viral Counterpoint of the Coronavirus Spike Protein (2019-nCoV) In early April scie...

2 Jun

POSTPONED: Research Colloquium: W. Anthony Sheppard

W. Anthony Sheppard (Williams, USA) | Lady Gaga’s Vocal Masking The Colloquia feature leading figure...

4 Jun

Graduate Tea Hangout

The Oxford Graduate Tea Hangout is a weekly get together for students to drink tea, destress from lockdow...

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Why Study at the Faculty of Music?

The Oxford University Music Faculty is one of the largest and liveliest music departments in the UK. As an internationally renowned centre of teaching and research in all aspects of music, it is an exciting and stimulating environment in which to work and study…

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