Newyddion yr Ysgol
The distinguished Welsh composer, and former Professor of Music at Cardiff, Alun Hoddinott died on 11 March 2008 aged 78.
Cardiff University has awarded an Honorary Fellowship to one of the world's major living composers. Henri Dutilleux received the award at a festival weekend, Discovering Dutilleux.
Congratulations to Professor Judith Weir who has been awarded the distinguished Queen's Medal for Music 2007, the first composer to be so honoured.
At a ceremony in the Polish mountains on 14 January 2008, the distinguished Polish composer Henryk Mikolaj Górecki was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by Cardiff University.
Featuring presentations by scholars from Africa, Europe, North America, South America and the Middle East, this conference at Cardiff University will look at the art of music in a number of distinctive cultural contexts and from a range of different theoretical perspectives.
The School of Music at Cardiff University is to offer a number of three-year PhD Studentships for next academic year.
23-24 June 2010 Music for Stringed Instruments: Music Archives and the Materials of Musicological Research in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries
September 2010 Experience, Engagement, Meaning.
Biennial conference of IASPM-UK/Ireland
Darlithiau John Bird
These lectures, which are open to the public, take place on Tuesday afternoons at 4.30pm, normally in the Small Lecture Room of the School of Music.
Cyfansoddwyr sy'n Ymweld
A list of forthcoming and recent composers who have visited the School to hold workshops or give talks.
The current programme and archive of Postgraduate Study Composition Workshops and Seminars.
An annual series of career talks open to both undergraduate and postgraduate music students. Guests speakers talk about their career and answer questions about their particular profession.