Event Calendar

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Visual Arts | Exhibition

Wednesday 8 February - Tuesday 28 February, 10am - 5pm

A Private Viewing will be held on Friday 10 February 5pm - 7pm.

Festivals | Performance • Seminar • Workshop

Friday 24 February - Sunday 5 March 2017

Festivals Music Visual Arts | Performance • Seminar

Sunday 26 February 7.30pm

DAY 3 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

MAUREEN & MARYLEEN’S RECITAL
Pre-concert talk 6.30pm - 7pm

Maureen and Maryleen talk about the process of performance and painting prior to this evening’s event.

Festivals Music | Performance

Monday 27 February, 7.30pm

DAY 4 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

NEW LONDON CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

 

‘Individually captivating and collectively brilliant throughout.’ Musician Magazine

Festivals Music | Performance

Tuesday 28 February, 6pm

DAY 5 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Festivals Theatre | Performance

Tuesday 28 February, 7.30pm

DAY 5 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

‘Inventive and visually stunning’ LondonDance.com (on Artificial Things)

Festivals Music | Performance

Tuesday 28 February, 7.30pm

DAY 5 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

An evening of experimental music featuring ive electronics, acoustic and electromagnetic feedback, and digital improvisation, curated by Bill Thompson.

Festivals Music | Performance

Wednesday 1 March, 12pm

DAY 6 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

The regular lunchtime recital series on campus this week features young musicians performing in a variety of styles

Festivals Music | Workshop

Wednesday 1 March, 2.30pm

DAY 6 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

University musicians participate in a Master Class with internationally renowned violinist Tasmin Little.

Theatre | Seminar

Wednesday 1 March, 4pm

RESEARCH SEMINAR

PROFESSOR GERRY HARRIS (LANCASTER)

Festivals Music | Performance

Wednesday 1 March, 7.30pm

DAY 6 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Festivals Music Visual Arts | Exhibition

Thursday 2 March, 11am

DAY 7 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Thursday 2 March, 5.30pm

DAY 7 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

CONNECTING SOCIETIES AND CULTURES

Festivals Music | Performance

Thursday 2 March, 7pm

DAY 7 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Adjudicator to be announced
An evening of music and song from the student finalists of the inaugural annual GSA Song Writing Competition, with adjudication from a high profile industry guest

Festivals Music | Performance

Thursday 2 March, 8pm

DAY 7 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Festivals Music | Performance

Thursday 2 March, 8pm

DAY 7 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

THE MUSIC INSTITUTE PRESENT Len Graham

Festivals Music | Performance

Friday 3 March, 1.15pm

DAY 8 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

University solo musicians and ensembles perform in the beautiful setting of Holy Trinity Church.

Festivals Music | Performance

Friday 3 March, 6pm

DAY 8 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

ITALIAN TREASURES OF THE EARLY BAROQUE

Katie Cowling recorder
Anna Waszak Baroque violin
Catriona McDermid Baroque bassoon
Johan Löfving theorbo

Festivals Music | Performance

Friday 3 March, 7.30pm

DAY 8 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

National Youth Jazz Orhcestra joined by GSA Singers.

Festivals Film | Performance

Friday 3 March, 8pm

DAY 8 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Film Screening (CERT PG)

Festivals Visual Arts | Exhibition • Performance • Workshop

Saturday 4 March, 10am - 5pm

DAY 9 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Innovate Guildford is a free festival of science and art organised by Guildford Borough Council.

Festivals Music Theatre | Performance

Saturday 4 March, 11am

DAY 9 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Festivals Music | Performance

Saturday 4 March, 1pm

DAY 9 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

THE SOPRANO CYCLIST

Festivals Music | Performance

Saturday 4 March, 3pm

DAY 9 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

BRAHMS CLARINET QUINTET

Prize-winning clarinettist Lukasz Jakimow joins OXUS to present this masterpiece of chamber music in the inspirational hilltop setting of St Martha’s Church.

Festivals Theatre | Performance

Saturday 4 March, 5pm

DAY 9 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

CHIMERA

Festivals Music | Performance

Friday 4 March 7.30pm

DAY 9 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

SCHUBERT AT THE RED HEDGEHOG TAVERN

‘ZRI play with consummate virtuosity, magic and passion.’ Royal Albert Hall Café Ignite Series

Festivals Music | Performance

 

Friday 4 March, 7.30pm

DAY 9 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

BRANDENBURG SINFONIA
Mozart Mass in C Minor
Barber Adagio for Strings
Howells Requiem

 

Festivals Music | Performance

Sunday 5 March, 2pm

DAY 10 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

ALEXANDRA STEVENSON soprano
NICOLA ROSE piano

Festivals Music | Performance

Sunday 5 March, 3pm

DAY 10 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

The University Chamber Choir, under the direction of Russell Keable, return to the URC to perform a programme including Haydn Missa in Angustiis.

There will be a retiring collection.

Festivals Music | Performance

Sunday 5 March, 6pm

DAY 10 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Join the Choirs of Holy Trinity Church for a live recording of a service of hymns, anthems and readings for BBC Radio 2's 'Sunday Worship' in St. Mary's Church, Quarry Street.

Festivals Music | Performance

Sunday 5 March, 7.30pm

DAY 10 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Tim Garland Quartet

‘Sure footed virtuosity….a dazzling standard’ The Times

Festivals Music | Performance

Sunday 5 March, 8pm

DAY 10 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

The Music Institute presents MARTIN CARTHY MBE and JOHN KIRKPATRICK

Music | Performance

Wednesday 8 March, 12pm

LUNCHTIME RECITAL

The annual Croser-Hughes chamber music competition showcases out talented student musicians – the only criteria to be that the ensemble must feature a keyboard instrument. Guest adjudicator, to be announced.

Music | Performance

Wednesday 8 March, 12pm

LUNCHTIME RECITAL

The annual Croser-Hughes chamber music competition showcases out talented student musicians – the only criteria to be that the ensemble must feature a keyboard instrument. Guest adjudicator, to be announced.

Music | Seminar

Wednesday 8 March, 4pm

RESEARCH SEMINAR | LECTURE RECITAL

DR TOLGAHAN COGULU

Theatre | Performance

Thursday 9 March, 7.30pm

USSU Musical Theatre Society presents Legally Blonde

Theatre | Performance

Thursday 9 March, 7.30pm

By Arthur Miller

2ND YEAR ACTORS

‘a cavalcade of a play’ What’s On Stage

Theatre | Performance

Friday 10 March, 7.30pm

USSU Musical Theatre Society presents Legally Blonde

Theatre | Performance

Friday 10 March, 7.30pm

By Arthur Miller

2ND YEAR ACTORS

‘a cavalcade of a play’ What’s On Stage

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 11 March, 2.30pm

USSU Musical Theatre Society presents Legally Blonde

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 11 March, 2.30pm

By Arthur Miller

2ND YEAR ACTORS

‘a cavalcade of a play’ What’s On Stage

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 11 MArch, 7.30pm

USSU Musical Theatre Society presents Legally Blonde

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 11 March, 7.30pm

By Arthur Miller

2ND YEAR ACTORS

‘a cavalcade of a play’ What’s On Stage

Music | Performance

Wednesday 15 March, 12pm

LUNCHTIME RECITAL

Weekly lunchtime recitals, usually featuring student performers playing in a wide range of styles. More details to be announced.

Theatre | Seminar

Wednesday 15 March, 4pm

RESEARCH SEMINAR

PROFESSOR MICK WALLIS (LEEDS)

Theatre | Performance

Thursday 16 March, 7.30pm

By Robert Caisley

2ND YEAR ACTORS

Theatre | Performance

Friday 17 March, 7.30pm

By Robert Caisley

2ND YEAR ACTORS

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 18 March, 2.30pm

By Robert Caisley

2ND YEAR ACTORS

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 18 March, 7.30pm

By Robert Caisley

2ND YEAR ACTORS

Theatre | Performance

Sunday 19 March, 5pm

The GSA Singers present Joyful Noise

Theatre | Performance

Sunday 19 March, 8pm

The GSA Singers present Joyful Noise

Music | Performance

Wednesday 22 March, 12pm

Weekly lunchtime recitals, usually featuring student performers playing in a wide range of styles.More details to be announced.

Music | Seminar

Wednesday 22 March, 4pm

RESEARCH SEMINAR

DR THETI CHRYSANTHAKI & PROFESSOR DAVID FROHLICH

Theatre | Performance

Thursday 23 March, 7.30pm

2ND YEAR ACTORS

‘A surreal vision of the contemporary urban landscape…. uncomfortable and magical, funny and bitter’ The Guardian

This award winning play was premièred at The Royal Court Theatre in 1986.

Theatre | Performance

Friday 24 March, 7.30pm

2ND YEAR ACTORS

‘A surreal vision of the contemporary urban landscape…. uncomfortable and magical, funny and bitter’ The Guardian

This award winning play was premièred at The Royal Court Theatre in 1986.

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 25 March, 2.30pm

2ND YEAR ACTORS

‘A surreal vision of the contemporary urban landscape…. uncomfortable and magical, funny and bitter’ The Guardian

This award winning play was premièred at The Royal Court Theatre in 1986.

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 25 March, 7.30pm

2ND YEAR ACTORS

‘A surreal vision of the contemporary urban landscape…. uncomfortable and magical, funny and bitter’ The Guardian

This award winning play was premièred at The Royal Court Theatre in 1986.

Music | Performance

Saturday 25 March, 7.30pm

Conductor Russell Keable

Michael Tippett: Five Negro Spirituals from A Child of our Time

Vaughan Williams: Five Mystical Songs

Tchaikovsky: Symphony no.4

Music | Performance

Monday 27 March 2017, 7.30pm

Join the Big Band as they venture into the familiar land they call "Wates House". Doors open at 7pm!

Come along for a night of Big Band, Swing, moaning about the Wates Cask Marque and some un-disclosed surprises.



Theatre | Performance

Monday 27 March, 7.30pm

WORLD PREMIERE Speak Low - A Love Story

Devised by Julian Woolford from the songs and letters of Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya

3RD YEAR MUSICAL THEATRE

Theatre | Performance

Tuesday 28 March, 7.30pm

Conceived and written by Gerard Alessandrini

3RD YEAR MUSICAL THEATRE

’Forbidden Broadway is a godsend’ New York Post

Music | Performance

Wednesday 29 March, 12pm

Lunchtime Recital

Theatre | Performance

Wednesday 29 March, 2.30pm

Conceived and written by Gerard Alessandrini

3RD YEAR MUSICAL THEATRE

’Forbidden Broadway is a godsend’ New York Post

Dance | Performance

Wednesday 29 March, 7.30pm

Actual Size Dance Company presents: 11TH ANNUAL SHOWCASE

Music | Performance

Wednesday 29 March, 7.30pm

A stimulating evening featuring a range of University ensembles performing a varied repertoire.

Theatre | Performance

Wednesday 29 March, 7.30pm

WORLD PREMIERE Speak Low - A Love Story

Devised by Julian Woolford from the songs and letters of Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya

3RD YEAR MUSICAL THEATRE

Theatre | Performance

Thursday 30 March, 7.30pm

Conceived and written by Gerard Alessandrini

3RD YEAR MUSICAL THEATRE

’Forbidden Broadway is a godsend’ New York Post

Theatre | Performance

Thursday 30 March, 7.30pm

By Frank Wederkind (1906) in a translation by Neil Fleming

2ND YEAR BA ACTOR MUSICIANS

Theatre | Performance

Thursday 31 March, 7.30pm

By Frank Wederkind (1906) in a translation by Neil Fleming

2ND YEAR BA ACTOR MUSICIANS

Theatre | Performance

Friday 31 March, 7.30pm

WORLD PREMIERE Speak Low - A Love Story

Devised by Julian Woolford from the songs and letters of Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya

3RD YEAR MUSICAL THEATRE

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 1 April, 2.30pm

By Frank Wederkind (1906) in a translation by Neil Fleming

2ND YEAR BA ACTOR MUSICIANS

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 1 April, 2.30pm

WORLD PREMIERE Speak Low - A Love Story

Devised by Julian Woolford from the songs and letters of Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya

3RD YEAR MUSICAL THEATRE

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 1 April, 7.30pm

Conceived and written by Gerard Alessandrini

3RD YEAR MUSICAL THEATRE

’Forbidden Broadway is a godsend’ New York Post

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 1 April, 7.30pm

By Frank Wederkind (1906) in a translation by Neil Fleming

2ND YEAR BA ACTOR MUSICIANS

Dance | Performance

Tuesday 2 May, 7pm

FAR FROM THE NORM

’Theatrical complexity and hip hop artistry, diluted with experimentation’ Londondance

Music | Performance

Wednesday 3 May, 12pm

Weekly lunchtime recitals, usually featuring student performers playing in a wide range of styles. More details to be announced.

Music | Seminar

Wednesday 3 May, 4pm

RESEARCH SEMINAR

David Fanning (University of Manchester),
Michelle Assay (University of Paris Sorbonne, University of Sheffield)

Music | Performance

Wednesday 3 May, 6pm

DAVID LOVATT COMPETITION RECITAL

Theatre | Performance

Thursday 4 May, 7pm

National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts, Bulgaria presents
Shoshana

Music | Performance

Sunday 7 May, 3pm

Led by Associate Piano Tutor, Maureen Galea, students, staff and children from schools across Surrey join forces to perform pieces written for children. Proceeds from this concert will be donated to The Beethoven Fund for Deaf Children - The Elizabeth Foundation

Music | Performance

Wednesday 10 May, 12pm

LUNCHTIME RECITAL

Undergraduate music students compete to be awarded the prize for the best performance based on the criteria of ‘rediscovering John Ireland’s piano music’ as judged by department academics.

Music | Performance

Wednesday 10 May, 7.30pm

A stimulating evening featuring a range of University ensembles performing a varied repertoire.

Music | 50th Anniversary

Saturday 13 May, ALL DAY

50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

You are warmly invited to join the University of Surrey at a special day to celebrate 50 years in Guildford. The Festival of Wonder is a familyfriendly event, free to the local community and University of Surrey alumni.

Music | Performance

Saturday 13 May, 7.30pm

ASSESSMENT CONCERT

Student bands perform in this Assessment Concert. All welcome.

Music | Performance

Wednesday 17 May, 12pm

Weekly lunchtime recitals, usually featuring student performers playing in a wide range of styles. More details to be announced.

Music | Performance

Saturday 20 May, 7.30pm

UNIVERSITY CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA

Student conductors take the baton for an evening of stunning performances by the University Choir and Orchestra. The full programme will be published on the website soon.

Music | Performance

Wednesday 24 May, 12pm

LUNCHTIME RECITAL

A showcase concert featuring some of the exceptionally talented students who have won awards and scholarships in performance in 2016-17 and an opportunity to thank our generous individuals, Trusts and companies who provide support.

Music | Performance

Wednesday 24 May, 12pm

LUNCHTIME RECITAL

A showcase concert featuring some of the exceptionally talented students who have won awards and scholarships in performance in 2016-17 and an opportunity to thank our generous individuals, Trusts and companies who provide support.

Theatre | Performance

Saturday 27 May

BA THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE FINAL YEAR STUDENTS

Music | Performance

Wednesday 31 May, 12pm

Final Year Music students perform classical works in this assessment concert.

Theatre | Performance

Wednesday 31 May

BA THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE 2ND YEAR STUDENTS

Music | Performance

Thursday 1 June, 12pm

Final Year music students perform pop works in this assessment concert.

Music | Performance

Wednesday 7 June, 12pm

Advanced performance students give an assessment recital.

Music | Performance

Thursday 8 June, 7.30pm

ZUBIN KANGA

’Kanga is an … exciting pianist, effortlessly virtuosic and in complete command of this (quite literally) electrifying modern repertoire’ Limelight Magazine

Music | Performance

Friday 9 June, 7.30pm

Adjudicator Sarah Walker

For composers at Surrey, the musical highlight of the year, the Joyce Dixey Competition showcases the diverse range of musical styles in which our students work.

Music | Performance

Wednesday 14 June, 12pm

Weekly lunchtime recitals, usually featuring student performers playing in a wide range of styles. More details to be announced.

Theatre | Seminar

Wednesday 14 June, 4pm - 6pm

LAUNCH OF THE INSTITUTE OF PERFORMANCE

Theatre | Performance

Wednesday 14 June, 7pm

IDIOT CHILD

‘Fresh writing.. laugh out loud funny but also shockingly sad’ **** (The Guardian on You’re Not Doing it Right)