Great start to Taiwan Week yesterday, a huge crowd at the gallery opening. If you get a chance, pop in and have a look at the amazing art work. Still to come this week, a round table discussion led by the artist Yehlin Lee on Wednesday at 4 in the Seedpod, Nodus building, followed by a discussion on Taiwan Documentary and Film by the film Director Tsung-Lung Tsai at 5.
Also, join us for our weekly lunchtime concert in PATS Studio 1 at 1.10 on Wednesday.
In the evening there is the second Taiwanese film 'The Other Side' in the PATS Dance Studio at 7.30, looking at two cultures and what happens when someone from one side ends up on the other. It looks like a good film.
Or we have the Surrey Sculpture Society Lecture in Austin Pearce 1 at 7.30 on Wednesday given by Charles Hadcock.
Hope you can make it to one of our events!
Join us today for a lunchtime of great music in PATS Studio 1 at 1.10pm, and this afternoon for jazz performance presentation given by Steve Tromans, Michael Zev Gordon and Joseph Housten in PATS Studio 1 at 4pm.
Can't make those? This Friday join us in Holy Trinity Church, Guildford to hear some of our best classical performers in concert. It promises to be a good concert.
Coming up this week: Join us for some light music at lunchtime on Wednesday, PATS Studio 1 1.10pm
In the same afternoon, a research seminar On Memory and Improvisation with guest speakers Steve Tromans, Michael Zev Gordon and Joseph Houston.
If you can't make it onto campus, on Friday some of the Universities best performers will be playing at Holy Trinity Church in a concert in partnership with Southern Pro Musica.
And this Saturday, also in Holy Trinity Church, the University Chamber Choir and Orchestra perform some of the highlights of the Baroque era at 7.30pm.
Hope you can make it to some of our events for this week.
Remember, three great events coming up today. A lunchtime concert in PATS Studio 1 featuring cello, guitar and harp.
Members of Shunt are taking part in a question and answer seminar at 2 in TB6.
Then this evening in Rik Medlik, Sweeny Todd is being shown. Pre screening talk at 6.30, film at 7.30. Come along if you can.
This week: Come along for some music in your lunchtime, PATS Studio 1, Wednesday, 1.10pm
On Shunt with Mischa Twitchin: research seminar as part of the Contemporary Theatre Making Series in the afternoon. Wed, 2pm Teaching Block TB6
Then in the evening, Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street with a pre-screening talk from Dr. Chris Wiley. Talk at 6.30pm, film at 7.30pm, Rik Medlik (MS) Building
And to finish, Guildford Society Annual Architecture Lecture on Thursday, 7pm Rik Medlik (MS) Building
Hope you can make it!
A fantastic evening last night with Sonia Sabri Company
With 'Jugni', which means female firefly, Sonia Sabri Company explores the manifold aspects of being a woman today. The performance is a close collaboration between four excellent female dancers and four live musicians who interlink 'pure dance' with narrative elements to evoke emotional responses and to celebrate the female body and voice.
Three events coming up today.
Lunchtime Concert, PATS Studio 1, 1.10pm
Musical Continua: perception and technology research seminar, Teaching Block TB6, 4pm
Jugni, Sonia Sabri Company dance show, Ivy Arts Centre, 7.30pm
Hope you can make it to one or more of these!
Coming up this week: Join us for some Lunchtime Music on Wednesday, 1.10pm in PATS Studio 1.
In the afternoon, come along to a research seminar by Dr Milton Mermikedes on technology and music. 4pm TB6
And to finish off, an explosion of dance, music and meaning. Jugni, a Sonia Sabri Company show with great reviews. 7.30pm Ivy Arts Centre.
Coming up today, film screening of Goldfinger with a pre-screening talk from Bond fan Chris Wiley about why Bond is licensed to sell. Talk 18:30, Rik Medlik (MS Block), film 19:30
Or if you'd rather, the Annual Morag Morris Poetry lecture given by Barbara Hardy. 18:30, AP1