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Gilbert and Sullivan's 'Patience' on 11-12 March at 19:30 at Cardiff Students' Union.

Music in Cardiff, Student life, Student performances, Student societies

Cardiff University Operatic Society presents Patience

Posted on March 2, 2016 by Jessica Kelly

Kathryn Robson, a 3rd year BMus student and Patience director, tells us about this upcoming production… Whilst the beginning of March approaches, Cardiff University Operatic Society have been busy preparing ourselves for the opening night of this year’s main production, Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience. Cast, crew and production team have been working tirelessly for months Read moreabout Cardiff University Operatic Society presents Patience


Placements, Student life

Hong Kong internship

Posted on January 25, 2016 by Jessica Kelly

BA Music student Jackie Yip completed an internship in Hong Kong last summer organised through the University’s Global Opportunity Centre. She tells us about her experiences… Hong Kong is the birthplace of my parents and our infrequent holidays there were always short but bittersweet. I remember thinking how unlikely it would be for me to be Read moreabout Hong Kong internship

Music in Cardiff, Student life, Wales Millennium Centre

Madness descends upon Welsh National Opera for its autumn season

Posted on September 8, 2015 by Jessica Kelly

WNO insider and recent BMus graduate Patrick Reardon-Morgan talks about their upcoming season and why you’d be mad to miss it In 2015-16 Welsh National Opera are celebrating their 70th anniversary with seven brand new productions, and it’s all kicking off this autumn with some of the finest musical expressions of madness in the repertoire. Read moreabout Madness descends upon Welsh National Opera for its autumn season

Student life

Hesse Student Scheme at Aldeburgh Festival

Posted on July 6, 2015 by Jessica Kelly

BMus student Patrick Reardon-Morgan on the Hesse Student Scheme, an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in arts admin or composition… “In 1948, Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears set up an ambitious music festival in what today would be considered a frankly absurd location – Aldeburgh, a tiny fishing village on the Suffolk coast. Not only was Read moreabout Hesse Student Scheme at Aldeburgh Festival

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