Anda Union’s haunting harmonies and vibrant strings evoke the endless beauty
of the Mongolian grasslands.
Mozart Piano Trio in G, K564
Brahms Piano Trio in C, Op.87
Shostakovich Piano Trio No.2 in E minor, Op.67
Bach composed the Magnificat for Christmas services in his first year as Kantor at St Thomas’s, Leipzig in 1723. This gloriously exuberant and joyful choral work will be
performed by the new University Chamber Choir and student soloists with the University Philharmonia
Formed in 2005, Phronesis has captured the hearts and minds of audiences worldwide with their trademark sound of catchy hooks, complex changes, crackling rhythms, and lithe but tight-knit grooves.
The Signum Quartet from Germany has made its mark on the international music scene by virtue of its energetic and lively interpretations.
In the battle to please the senses it is hard to imagine a more irresistible combination than good food and good music.
BBC Folk Singer of the Year (2015) Nancy Kerr is joined on stage by renowned folk musicians James Fagan, Tom Wright, Tim Yates and Rowan Rheingans on a tour of her debut solo album, Sweet Visitor.
The University Choir performs contemplative choral brepertoire by Eastern European composers. Ola Gjeilo’s Northern Lights was inspired by winter scenery in Oslo and the beauty of the aurora borealis
Sinfonia dusts off their dancing shoes for Spring as they explore various dances in symphonic music.
Skerryvore’s feel good fusion of folk rock never fails to excite audiences.
Russian-born Yevgeny Sudbin has been hailed by The Telegraph as ‘potentially one of the greatest pianists of the 21st century’.
The University of Nottingham Wind Orchestra invites you to our Spring Concert featuring a selection of favourite wind orchestra classics.