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Read more at: Reviews for Richard Causton's Millennium Scenes
Reviews for Richard Causton's Millennium Scenes

Reviews for Richard Causton's Millennium Scenes

A brand new CD of music by Richard Causton was launched last month to great critical acclaim. The disc, which was released on the NMC label and features the Hallé Orchestra and the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, collects together five of Causton's major works: Millennium Scenes , Notturno , As Kingfishers Catch Fire...


Read more at: Matthew Machin-Autenrieth joins the Music Faculty
Matthew Machin-Autenrieth joins the Music Faculty

Matthew Machin-Autenrieth joins the Music Faculty

Matthew Machin-Autenrieth is joining the Faculty of Music for three years from October 2014 as a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow. He completed his PhD at Cardiff University, with a thesis on the relationship between flamenco and regionalism in Andalusia. His post-doctoral project is entitled 'Flamenco andalusí: Music...


Read more at: Dr Kariann Goldschmitt to join Faculty of Music
Dr Kariann Goldschmitt to join Faculty of Music

Dr Kariann Goldschmitt to join Faculty of Music

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Kariann Goldschmitt to a University Lectureship from October 2014 to December 2016. Currently an Adjunct Instructor at New College, Florida, Kariann took her PhD at UCLA (University of California at Los Angeles), with a thesis entitled 'Bossa Mundo: Brazilian Music's...


Read more at: Cambridge Music tops the 2015 Complete University league table
Cambridge Music tops the 2015 Complete University league table

Cambridge Music tops the 2015 Complete University league table

Cambridge University has been ranked best in the country for music in the Complete University Guide's 2015 ranking of UK universities published today. The Faculty was rated on student satisfaction, quality of research, student/staff ratios, entry standards and graduate prospects. Ranked below Cambridge for music were...


Read more at: Monique Ingalls and Chloe Valenti win CUSU Teaching Excellence Awards
Monique Ingalls and Chloe Valenti win CUSU Teaching Excellence Awards

Monique Ingalls and Chloe Valenti win CUSU Teaching Excellence Awards

Over the Easter Break, students were invited to nominate lecturers, supervisors, and other staff who have been exemplary, engaging and inspiring teachers. Of the 192 nominations received, students especially highlighted Monique and Chloe's innovative and engaging teaching styles, their support for students, and their...


Read more at: Joel Williams and Douglas Tang win Anthony Lewis Memorial Prize Competition
Joel Williams and Douglas Tang win Anthony Lewis Memorial Prize Competition

Joel Williams and Douglas Tang win Anthony Lewis Memorial Prize Competition

King's Choral Scholar Joel Williams (tenor) has won the Sir Anthony Lewis Memorial Prize Competition. Senior Organ Scholar Douglas Tang won the accompanist prize. The prize is organised by music publishers Musica Britannica and is open to one singer from each of 14 universities and conservatoires around the country. As...


Read more at: Richard Causton's Millenium Scenes CD launch
Richard Causton's Millenium Scenes CD launch

Richard Causton's Millenium Scenes CD launch

This new CD is launched on 1 May 2014. Paul Driver, in the Sunday Times, says this about it: "Causton (b.1971) is among our most imaginative composers, and these five works, all substantial, often with a flaring brilliance, are almost too much to take in. They will repay many listenings. Millennium Scenes is a powerful...


Read more at: Ingalls appointed Assistant Professor at Baylor University, Fellow at Yale University
Ingalls appointed Assistant Professor at Baylor University, Fellow at Yale University

Ingalls appointed Assistant Professor at Baylor University, Fellow at Yale University

Dr. Monique Ingalls, Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at the Cambridge Music Faculty since 2011, has been appointed Assistant Professor at the Baylor University School of Music. Ingalls, an ethnomusicologist who researches contemporary Protestant congregational worship music, will teach in Baylor’s newly established Ph.D. and...


Read more at: Outreach team visit Bedford Prison
Outreach team visit Bedford Prison

Outreach team visit Bedford Prison

On Tuesday 18 March 2014 the CaMEO team visited Bedford Prison to run a singing workshop to aid the rehabilitation of prisoners. Read an article about the visit in Bedford Today ‘It was a resounding success from our point of view as well - thank you so much for all the effort and good humour and energy everyone put into...


Read more at: Music Graduates are more employable than you think
Music Graduates are more employable than you think

Music Graduates are more employable than you think

Music graduates are more employable than you might think With unique skills and a broad range of graduate jobs on offer, music students have better prospects than people imagine Read Harry Slater's article , published in the Guardian in October 2013.