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Forgotten musical giants of eighteenth-century Rome on new CD

Forgotten musical giants of eighteenth-century Rome on new CD

Posted on 28 November 2016 by Jessica Kelly

Dr Peter Leech has recorded a landmark CD, The Cardinal King: Music for Henry Benedict Stuart in Rome, 1740-91, with his professional period ensemble Cappella Fede. It is due to […]

Bartolomeo Campagnoli reloaded

Posted on 23 April 2015 by Jessica Kelly

PhD student Simone Laghi on Italian String Quartets and bringing Bartolomeo Campagnoli to new audiences... I am writing this post on a train that is taking me to Turin. In […]

Early Classical Music Workshops

Posted on 16 March 2015 by Jessica Kelly

PhD student Simone Laghi writes about how he shares his expertise in Early Classical Music with students at the School of Music… For the second consecutive year I’ve managed to […]

Chopin as teacher

Posted on 27 January 2015 by Jessica Kelly

Our new lunchtime concert series in the National Museum Wales begins in February with an entertaining exploration of the music of Chopin, his friends and contemporaries. Professor Kenneth Hamilton, internationally-renowned […]

Page to Stage

Posted on 16 April 2014 by Jessica Kelly

The Page to Stage project brought together storytelling, design and technology to develop a prototype app that adds layers of context and texture to classical music performance. Kenneth Hamilton (School […]