Staff & Students
Friday 24 February - Sunday 5 March 2017
Tuesday 28 February, 6pm
DAY 5 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL
Tuesday 28 February, 7.30pm
‘Inventive and visually stunning’ LondonDance.com (on Artificial Things)
An evening of experimental music featuring ive electronics, acoustic and electromagnetic feedback, and digital improvisation, curated by Bill Thompson.
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
Wednesday 1 March, 2.30pm
University musicians participate in a Master Class with internationally renowned violinist Tasmin Little.
Wednesday 1 March, 7.30pm
Thursday 2 March, 11am
DAY 7 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL
Thursday 2 March, 5.30pm
CONNECTING SOCIETIES AND CULTURES
Thursday 2 March, 7pm
Adjudicator to be announcedAn 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
Thursday 2 March, 8pm
THE MUSIC INSTITUTE PRESENT Len Graham
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.
Friday 3 March, 6pm
ITALIAN TREASURES OF THE EARLY BAROQUE
Katie Cowling recorderAnna Waszak Baroque violinCatriona McDermid Baroque bassoon Johan Löfving theorbo
Friday 3 March, 7.30pm
National Youth Jazz Orhcestra joined by GSA Singers.
Friday 3 March, 8pm
Film Screening (CERT PG)
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.
Saturday 4 March, 11am
Saturday 4 March, 1pm
THE SOPRANO CYCLIST
Saturday 4 March, 3pm
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.
Saturday 4 March, 5pm
Friday 4 March 7.30pm
SCHUBERT AT THE RED HEDGEHOG TAVERN
‘ZRI play with consummate virtuosity, magic and passion.’ Royal Albert Hall Café Ignite Series
Friday 4 March, 7.30pm
BRANDENBURG SINFONIAMozart Mass in C MinorBarber Adagio for StringsHowells Requiem
Sunday 5 March, 2pm
DAY 10 OF GUILDFORD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL
ALEXANDRA STEVENSON sopranoNICOLA ROSE piano
Sunday 5 March, 3pm
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.
Sunday 5 March, 6pm
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.
Sunday 5 March, 7.30pm
Tim Garland Quartet
‘Sure footed virtuosity….a dazzling standard’ The Times
Sunday 5 March, 8pm
The Music Institute presents MARTIN CARTHY MBE and JOHN KIRKPATRICK
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