Congratulations to Alesandra Seutin/ Vocab Dance and cellist Ayanna Witter-Johnson for last night's great performance! Combining the power of dance and song crossing cultures and memories. A relevant solo-performance celebrating black history month!
On Wednesday 19 October we have Alesandra Seutin at the University. She will be discussing her solo choreography and dance dramaturgy with Sabine Sorgel and Funmi Adewole at 4pm.
Alesandra will perform This is Not Black at 7pm! Don't miss out.
Any students still wishing to audition for the University Orchestra and University Chamber Choir – extra audition times are available tomorrow evening, Friday 7th! To book a slot please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Freshers and welcome back returners! If you're interested in Music and Arts, pop over to PATS Studio One for 1.10pm on Wednesday 5th to enjoy our weekly lunchtime concerts performed by Surrey Music students.
Our first concert back is led by our vocal performance coach Jedd Owen-Ellis Clark!
Our Jazz Conference focuses on the music and legacy of jazz giants Miles Davis and John Coltrane. The weekend event will include performances, workshops, talks by expert speakers and more. If you're interested in Jazz this is the event for you! From Friday 21st - Sunday 23rd October, includes lunch.
Don't miss out, the ticket deadline is 7th October!
It's time to get creative... Enter a Film Competition to WIN £200!
The University of Surrey Lettings agency launch is happening on the 3rd November 2016. The challenge is to create a short 45 second film to promote USL. For more information please email: email@example.com
Friday's Performance Philosophy Launch Event was a success! Congratulations to Laura Cull who organised the day, jam-packed with talks, performances, workshops and a Masterclass with Canadian performer Zab Maboungou. We have already had superb feedback from the day and look forward to hearing more about Performance Philosophy.
University of Surrey Arts added 4 new photos — with Elli Miller Maboungou and Zab Maboungou.
Thank you and congratulations to Zab Maboungou and Nyata Nyata Dance Company for last night's performance and Q&A of De/Liberate Gestures. It was a spectacular evening and got everyone excited for today's Performance Philosophy Launch - which has been incredibly engaging and thought-provoking so far!