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Coma Notes

Coma Notes

Posted on 9 November 2016 by Jessica Kelly

  We recently teamed up with the poet James Nash and the Cardiff-York Universities Coma and Disorders of Consciousness Research Centre to put together an evening of new music by […]

Ancient Mariner: Not an Opera

Ancient Mariner: Not an Opera

Posted on 16 May 2016 by Jessica Kelly

Three of our postgraduate composers have worked with Welsh artist Ivor Davies to create an immersive, sound-led performance which will premiere at National Museum Cardiff on 17 May. Find out more […]

Studying Cornish carols in Washington

Studying Cornish carols in Washington

Posted on 26 February 2016 by Jessica Kelly

PhD student Kate Neale writes from Washington where she is currently an AHRC Kluge Fellow at the Library of Congress... "I study Cornish Christmas carol repertoire and performance in South […]

The Surprises of Research Impact

Posted on 8 July 2015 by Jessica Kelly

PhD student Sam Murray has been studying the independent music scene in Portland, Oregon. Here he tells us how his public engagement work in the city has led to some […]

Beethoven Was Wrong

Posted on 30 June 2015 by Jessica Kelly

PhD composer Daniel James Ross tells us about his new radio show dedicated to contemporary composers at UK universities... Beethoven Was Wrong is a radio show that I am making […]

The Big Ears Workshop

Posted on 2 June 2015 by Jessica Kelly

Composer Richard McReynolds is studying for his PhD in composition. Here he tells us about his involvement in a workshop collaboratively creating prototype accessible interfaces, and using them to create […]

Music and Ceramics – a collaboration

Posted on 22 May 2015 by Jessica Kelly

PhD composer John Cooney on an exciting collaboration with National Museum Wales... "When the chance came to be involved in a collaboration with National Museum Wales, and to write a […]