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Department of Music events

The Department of Music hosts public concerts, seminars and conferences throughout the academic year, presented by visiting international researchers, composers and performing musicians, alongside our talented students and staff.

Our vibrant concert series includes experimental new music and world music, chamber recitals and innovative work from our sound studios, reflecting the diversity of the department's research interests. Most of the concerts are free to attend and held in the newly refurbished Performance Space in the College Building.

Archived events

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  1. Nov 2020

    6

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Ian Pace performs Franz Liszt's solo piano transcription of Beethoven's 3rd symphony, the Eroica, as part of Pace's complete cycle of Beethoven-Liszt symphonies, coinciding with the Beethoven 250 year.

  2. Nov 2020

    11

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Clint Bracknell: The Fringe or the Heart of Things: Aboriginal music in Australia

  3. Nov 2020

    11

    Wednesday

    Open days

    Public, Prospective Postgraduates

    Open Evenings are a fantastic opportunity to find out if City, University of London is the right choice for postgraduate study for you. Sign up for our Postgraduate Open Evening in November 2020.

  4. Nov 2020

    25

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Matthew Brown: Trauma and Grief in the Wartime Music of Claude Debussy

  5. Dec 2020

    9

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Autumn and winter lectures from the Department of Music

  6. Dec 2020

    11

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Ian Pace performs Franz Liszt's solo piano transcription of Beethoven's 9th symphony, the Choral, the culmination of Pace's complete cycle of Beethoven-Liszt symphonies, coinciding with the Beethoven 250 year.