What’s on

Cardiff University School of Music’s 2018/19 concert series starts with a programme of piano music performed by Késia Decoté featuring works by 20th and 21st century composers including a number of the School of Music’s alumni.

1 February, 2019

The Eric Hodges Lecture Recital: Musical Tales of Travel: Kenneth Hamilton (piano)

1:05 pm - 2:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

Kenneth Hamilton presents a kaleidoscope of pieces inspired by travels from Izmir to Ireland: pianistic pictures by Elgar, Grainger, Stevenson and Liszt.

9 February, 2019

Huw Warren Piano Trio - Everything In Between

7:15 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

Everything in Between is an expansive  work combining  new music from Warren and Phillips with their shared love of reinterpreting Brazilian classics. With an emphasis on lyrical song forms, this music crackles with interplay, fun grooves,  new sound worlds and deep emotion.

12 February, 2019

Crumb, Kurtág, Sierra and Ligeti

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

David Adams | violin

Alice Neary |cello

Robin Green | piano

Katy Woolley | horn

George Crumb  |  Sonata for cello solo

György Kurtág  | 3 pieces for violin and piano op.14e

Arlene Sierra |  Truel for piano trio

György Kurtág  |   Jatekok for solo piano

Ligeti  |  Trio for horn, violin and piano

26 February, 2019

Gould Piano Trio, Robert Plane (clarinet): Watkins, Fokkens and Messiaen

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

A hushed dialogue…
An urban idyll…
Two lines traced
And retraced.

2 March, 2019

John Parricelli and Huw Warren Duo

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

Huw Warren and John Parricelli have been playing together since the late 1980’s, sharing a love of warm melodic compositions and exploratory soundscapes. As a duo they have recorded for BBC Radio 3 and have co-led the Vortex Quartet, the house band at London’s Vortex Jazz club.

12 March, 2019

Lucy Russell (violin) and Sezi Seskir (fortepiano) play Beethoven

6:45 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

Lucy Russell and Sezi Seskir give a programme of Beethoven violin sonatask including Sonata no. 5, op. 24, in F-major, also known as the “Spring” and Sonata no. 4 op.23 in A-minor.

16 March, 2019

National Museum Takeover - Cardiff University School of Music @ The National Museum Cardiff

10:00 am - 4:00 pm
National Museum of Wales, Cardiff

Whether you have a yearning to try out an instrument you’ve never had the chance to play, want to sing in a jazz choir for an hour or two, listen to some chamber music, sit alongside your children or grandchildren and play the drums, there will be something to interest and enchant you when Cardiff University’s School of Music takes over the National Museum Cardiff for a day.

19 March, 2019

Open Scores: Cardiff University Contemporary Music Group, Robert Fokkens (director)

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

Following the Contemporary Music for All (CoMA) Festival hosted by the School of Music in 2018, the Contemporary Music Group explores a selection of flexible and graphic scores from Contemporary Music for All’s collections of Open Scores and Part-songs.

22 March, 2019

Haydn and Beethoven: Cardiff University Symphony Chorus and Chamber Orchestra

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Llandaff Cathedral

Cardiff University’s Symphony Chorus and Chamber Orchestra join forces to perform two well-loved works in the glorious setting of Llandaff Cathedral.

23 March, 2019

Huw Warren and Adriano Adewale Duo

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cardiff University Concert Hall

A world premiere of a new collaboration between welsh pianist / composer and brazilian master percussionist. Music and improvisations from Brazil, Africa and beyond in a remarkable sonic journey.

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Previous concerts

Take a look at some of the artists we have welcomed in the past.