This month’s events

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  1. The McPherson Singers

    The McPherson Singers

    Michael Downes (director) The Music Centre's new chamber choir for staff and postgraduates makes its debut appearance in an informal concert featuring...

  2. Music in Museums: Scholarship Saxophone Quartet

    Music in Museums: Scholarship Saxophone Quartet

    The Wardlaw Museum's Sunday afternoon concert series returns with an informal concert by the Music Centre's scholarship saxophone quartet....

  3. Wispelwey as Mentor

    Wispelwey as Mentor

    Internationally renowned cellist Pieter Wispelwey follows his Friday evening concert with a morning of workshops working both with the Music Centre's...

  4. St Andrews Concert Series presents Pieter Wispelwey (cello)

    St Andrews Concert Series presents Pieter Wispelwey (cello)

    Bach: Cello Suite no. 1 in G, BWV 1007 Reger: Suite no. 1 for cello solo, op.131c Bach: Cello Suite no. 2 in D minor, BWV 1008 Britten: Cello Suite no. 1, op.72...

  5. Understanding and supporting knowledge sharing in the midst of uncertainty

    Understanding and supporting knowledge sharing in the midst of uncertainty

    Global Challenges Lecture Series: Leadership in Global Health

    This lecture, given by Dr Vicky Ward, examines the case of interprofessional healthcare teams as a powerful way of bringing together the knowledge and expertise...

  6. Music Talk by James Cook

    Music Talk by James Cook

    Music in Pre-Reformation Scotland: Adventures in Digital Prosopography

    Our series of talks highlighting a hugely diverse range of musical research returns! All are welcome -- FREE admission...

  7. Lunchtime concert: piano scholar showcase

    Lunchtime concert: piano scholar showcase

    Two of the Music Centre's most talented piano students curate a varied lunchtime programme. Admission: £4, FREE to Music Centre Members

  8. Organ Concert by Rory Moules (Oxford Oratory)

    Organ Concert by Rory Moules (Oxford Oratory)

    Our lunchtime organ series featuring players from throughout the UK takes place in St Salvator's Chapel (Gregor Hradetzky organ, 1973) and in the...

  9. Empire is Everywhere, Even in your Kitchen

    Empire is Everywhere, Even in your Kitchen

    What is Empire? and how can it be found in your kitchen cupboards? Join us to explore how empire has shaped our lives and homes, and plant your own herbs and...

  10. Learning about Community in a Crisis

    Learning about Community in a Crisis

    Global Challenges Lecture Series: Leadership in Global Health

    Professor Stephen Reicher, a social psychologist and expert in crowd psychology, presents on the phenomenon of collective resilience, what it tells us more...

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