Pete Flood (Bellowhead’s arranger/percussionist) and sound designer Jules Bushell collaborate to create a five-piece band full of acoustic delights.
Manchester Collective is redefining how a new generation of audiences engages with the arts in the UK. Australian pianist Jayson Gillham won the 2014 Montreal International Music Competition.
Quercus brings together three of the UK’s most creative, multi-award winning musicians to create music that weaves together the essence of folk and jazz.
British cellist Natalie Clein has built a distinguished career, regularly performing at major venues and with orchestras worldwide. The Armenian-born pianist Marianna Shirinyan is one of the most creative and sought after soloists and chamber musicians on stage today.
The works in this concert were composed in the last forty years including Arvo Pärt’s haunting Summa and Gian Carlo Menotti’s gorgeous but rarely performed Cantilena and Scherzo.
Since its success at the ARD International Competition in 2012 at which the Armida Quartet took First Prize, the Audience Prize and six other special awards, the career of this Berlin string quartet has developed sensationally.
The first University concert of the academic year features Copland’s lyrical concerto commissioned by jazz clarinettist Benny Goodman in 1947 performed by third-year Music student Matthew Walker.
One of the foremost traditional singers in Scotland, Siobhan Miller is an exceptional talent.
Norwegian pianist and composer Tord Gustavsen's music continues to evolve, reaching out to ever-growing audiences worldwide with an enchanting blend of memorable melody, subtle groove and musical space, combining both gentleness and depth.
Francis Bacon, 17th-century philosopher, statesman and visionary, is widely regarded as the father of modern science. However, his investigations into the nature of sound are little known.
Skerryvore creates a unique fusion of folk, traditional, rock and Americana that represents all the different personalities and upbringing of the eight band members who hail from different regions of Scotland.
Marking the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, the University Chamber Choir performs a concert of commemorative music by British composers spanning four centuries.