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  1. Nov

    7

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    The acclaimed ensemble, visiting from New York, play music by British and American composers, including a premiere by Aaron Einbond.

  2. Nov

    7

    Tuesday

    Alumni Events

    Staff, Students, Alumni, Prospective Postgraduates, Prospective Undergraduates

  3. Nov

    24

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Music by three rarely heard early 20th century composers: Amy Beach, Nadia Boulanger and Rebecca Clarke.

  4. Sep

    23

    Saturday

    Alumni Events

    Alumni

  5. Feb

    2

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    The innovative flautist plays music for baroque flute, alto flute and bass flute.

  6. Dec

    12

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Violinist Marco Fusi presents three works by masters of the Italian avant-garde.

  7. Nov

    1

    Wednesday

    Alumni Events

    Staff, Students, Alumni, Prospective Postgraduates, Prospective Undergraduates

  8. Nov

    21

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Vibrant music from across the Balkans, performed by one of the UK's leading Eastern European music groups.

  9. Oct

    25

    Wednesday

    Public

  10. Nov

    4

    Saturday

    Alumni Events

    Staff, Students, Alumni, Prospective Postgraduates, Prospective Undergraduates

  11. Dec

    5

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    The innovative pianist performs works by Bach, Scarlatti, Debussy, Ed Bennett, Richard Emsley and more.

  12. Nov

    6

    Monday

    Alumni Events

    Staff, Students, Alumni, Prospective Postgraduates, Prospective Undergraduates

  13. Oct

    17

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Hear landmark works by Karlheinz Stockhausen and Tristan Murail.

  14. Sep

    27

    Wednesday

  15. Nov

    14

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Recital by the outstanding young prizewinners of Musical Odyssey 2017.

  16. Sep

    22

    Friday

    Conferences

    Public

    A symposium exploring ideas around sound and its tactile qualities

  17. Oct

    31

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    New commissions for voice and piano, alongside works by Charles Ives, John Cage, Ruth Crawford Seeger and Morton Feldman.

  18. Oct

    27

    Friday

    3 days

    Public

    No matter whether you already have a business idea or not, apply for a chance to attend our awesome CityStarters Weekend - PG. Get together with other postgraduate students to share ideas, form teams, build products and launch startups within that weekend!

  19. Feb

    23

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Late masterpieces by Claude Debussy for clarinet, violin, cello and piano.

  20. Dec

    8

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Chamber works by the composers of the Second Viennese School, alongside Zemlinsky's rarely heard Trio.

  21. Oct

    4

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni, Academics

    This year’s opening research seminar presents research from staff in the Music Department around the theme of urban sound, exploring several locales around the globe, and bringing together compositional and ethnomusicological perspectives.

  22. Nov

    29

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Jonathan Betts will discuss the cataloging process and discoveries made during the process.

  23. Feb

    27

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    A new performance piece by composer Matthew Shlomowitz, in collaboration with choreographer Shila Anaraki and violinist Aisha Orazbayeva.

  24. Oct

    10

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    The vocal trio, Juice (Anna Snow, Sarah Dacey and Kerry Andrew) present a tribute to the creative achievements of composer-vocalist-choreographer Meredith Monk.

  25. Oct

    18

    Wednesday

    Panel Discussions

    Public

    EntrepreneursTalk@Cass (in partnership with Thomson Reuters) are intimate, in-depth interviews with some of the UK’s most innovative and inspirational tech entrepreneurs. Reuters Editor-at-Large Axel Threlfall interviews Emma Sinclair MBE

  26. Oct

    4

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni, Academics

    Helen Gordon, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Medicine discusses her personal career story.

  27. Oct

    9

    Monday

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni, Prospective Postgraduates, Prospective Undergraduates, Academics

    Dr Bronwyn Hemsley will consider ways that people with communication disability might be better supported to create and share their own health information using digital health technologies.

  28. Mar

    9

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Ian Pace performs Ravel's astonishing piano showpiece, 'Gaspard de la nuit' and selections from Janáček's 'On an Overgrown Path'.

  29. Sep

    28

    Thursday

    2 days

    Fairs

    Staff, Students

    Drop in at any time to find out about free language courses offered to City staff and students and to sit a placement test to find the right level of class for you.

  30. Oct

    18

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni, Academics

    Pat Caplan, Emeritus Professor from Goldsmiths, University of London, to discuss how to learn to think about food.

  31. Nov

    1

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni, Academics

    Dr Kehinde Andrews, Associate Professor of Sociology, to discuss the battle for black studies.

  32. Oct

    24

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Works for two pianos, performed by the composer and pianist Kate Halsall (Cobalt Duo).

  33. Nov

    28

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    The harper and composer presents her work, drawing on Irish traditional music and electronica.

  34. Oct

    3

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    The outstanding vocalist and cellist present experimental works by Julius Eastman, Alvin Lucier and Ben Patterson.

  35. Oct

    16

    Monday

    Panel Discussions

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni, Academics

    In his new book Dr. Mazen Masri provides a unique and detailed examination of the consequences of the 'Jewish and democratic' definition.

  36. Oct

    4

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni, Academics

    Dr Lynne Pettinger, Associate Professor of Sociology from University of Warwick, to discuss the work in a time of ecological crisis.

  37. Nov

    10

    Friday

    Conferences

    Public

    This forum will take place at SOAS. Discussing current research in Music of the Middle East and Central Asia.

  38. Oct

    19

    Thursday

    Lectures

    Public

    Launch of a new book by Professor Ali Rattansi, Visiting Professor of Sociology

  39. Sep

    28

    Thursday

  40. Oct

    28

    Saturday

    Conferences

    Public

    On the centenary of her death, this symposium acknowledges Mata Hari's significance as an icon of feminine seduction, political betrayal and female transgression into male spheres of influence.

  41. Oct

    11

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    In this lecture, Professor Fiona MacMillan of the Law School at Birkbeck, University of London, examines current issues of Intellectual Property Law and Cultural Property Law with a focus on market pressures and community values.

  42. Oct

    4

    Wednesday

    Public, Staff, Students, Alumni, Academics

    Join discussion: Professor Laura Empson’s new book, Leading Professionals: Power, Politics and Prima Donnas (Oxford University Press), is the result of more than 20 years of research into professional firms and their leaders.

  43. Sep

    29

    Friday

    Seminars

    Public

    Studies of procedural in-court judicial discretion have highlighted a dilemma between the imperative to reduce it owing to its potential misuse and preserve it owing to its importance in protecting vulnerable groups.

  44. Sep

    25

    Monday

    Seminars

    Staff, Students, Alumni, Academics

    This presentation focuses on the importance of building relationships and trust, which were identified as two key features of freestanding midwifery unit care for both midwives and service users.

  45. Oct

    20

    Friday

    Conferences

    Public

    A decade on from the adoption by the United Nations General Assembly of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) in September 2007, the conference asks what progress has been made in securing indigenous peoples’ rights and what are the challenges remaining.

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