Reid School of Music News

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The series is part of a lively programme of Music events at ECA
Other events include talks and performances by guests, staff and students
Background image courtesy of Ben Shmulevitch

Announcing the details of the ten Music Research Seminars scheduled for the second semester of 2016 - 2017.

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The Revel 2015
Image courtesy of Ben Shmulevitch

A volunteer army of music lovers is being recruited to take part in the UK’s first ever live music census.

The Concerts at the University series returns with events through the spring and summer of 2017.

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The participants for the Music Alumni Day
Clockwise from top left: Vicky Arlidge, Isobel Waller-Bridge, Christopher Bell, Peter Nelson, organiser Katie Overy and Suzanne Parry

Alumni talked about their careers, lives and approach to work since they graduated.

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Children at Deeper Life Primary School
Film still courtesy of Matt Collings

We return to Deeper Life Primary School in Serrekunda to work with 100 children on Dee Isaac's opera.

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Matt Giannotti has three projects in the Data-X exhibition
Image courtesy of Toomas Remmelg

Music PhD student, Matt Giannotti, talks to us about the first Data-X exhibition and symposium at ECA.

The £234k grant has been awarded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

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Composer Svetoslav Todorov
Image courtesy of Joseph Wilson

Svetoslav is currently spending a year at the Manhattan School of Music as part of his postgraduate studies at Royal College of Music.

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Simulated propagation of acoustic waves in a large space computed on a set of four Nvidia Tesla K20 graphics processing units
Simulated propagation of acoustic waves in a large space computed on a set of four Nvidia Tesla K20 graphics processing units

The funding, worth €150,000, will go towards developing commercialisation in the area of architectural acoustics.

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Harry Whalley with the Gildas Quartet and Pete Furniss after performing one of his pieces

Harry has composed scores for film and computer games that have been featured at film festivals around the world.

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