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January 2018
17 Jan

Learn Gamelan with the Oxford Gamelan Society

Wednesday Evenings 6.00pm -9.30pm – commencing Wednesday 17 January OGS meet at the Faculty of Music on Wednesday evenings during the University Term. This is a chance to learn to play on the Javanese Gamelan with other members of the group.

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22 Jan

Composer Talk: Stephen Montague

Stephen Montague was born Syracuse, New York, 1943 and studied at Florida State and Ohio State Universities followed by two years in Warsaw, Poland as a Fulbright Scholar (1972-74). Since 1974 he has been based in London where he works as a freelance composer, pianist, and conductor but tours world-wide.…

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25 Jan

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music: Yolanda Plumley

Music and the Staging of Princely Power in Late Medieval France Speaker: Yolanda Plumley Convener: Margaret Bent The speaker’s presentation is followed by a full hour of discussion during which wine is served.

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27 Jan

Bach and the concerto

Bach Project: Bach and the concerto Pre-concert discussion at 6:30pm with John Butt, Alexander Janiczek, James Boyd and members of Instruments of Time and Truth. Concert at 8:15pm, Curated by the Faculty's Director of Performance, Natalie Clein Alexander Janiczek, violin Dan Edgar, violin James Boyd, viola Instruments of Time and Truth…

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February 2018
3 Feb

Bate Collection: Family Fun Day

A day of family events featuring: A treasure trail, live musical performances and demonstrations. Plus a chance to play some of the instruments in the handling collection.

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Composer Speaks Series: Dr Arlene Sierra

February 5, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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An event every day that begins at 4:00pm, repeating indefinitely

An American composer based in London, Arlene Sierra writes music that takes its impetus from rich sources including military strategy, game theory, Darwinian evolution, and the natural world. Her music has been lauded for its “highly flexible and distinctive style” (The Guardian), and its “remarkable brilliance of colour, rhythmic dexterity…

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7 Feb

Rendezvous I: ‘Space-time’

  Soloists of Explore Ensemble (Taylor Maclennan: flutes, Deni Teo: cello) present the fantastical live electronic music of British composer John Croft. In these works the electronic parts evoke imaginary spaces in which musicians and audience explore magically transformed sounds, resonances and senses of time. Alongside Croft’s music is Kaija Saariaho’s atmospheric and spectralist duo…

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8 Feb

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Music: Roger Bowers

Three generations of Lancaster: the chapel musicians of John of Gaunt, 'Roy Henry' (King Henry IV), and King Henry V Speaker: Roger Bowers (University of Cambridge) Convener: Margaret Bent The speaker’s presentation is followed by a full hour of discussion during which wine is served.

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