This exciting contemporary music festival, which crosses all genres in the exploration of innovation, will present 4 days of a wide variety of sonic experiences: from sound immersive installations, and sound-art; to audio-visual and interactive live works with live performers; and will include many UK and World premieres.
A free performance by Patchwork Rattlebag, a creative band that makes song-driven, psychedelic, electronic music that touches on themes ranging all the way from dogma to Dada.
This double bill of contemporary performance at The Lowry Theatre takes on an equine theme as our Contemporary Performance students join Belgian actress and theatre maker Leentje Van de Cruys.
The Salford University Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Adelphi Brass Band combine to discover various aspects of their repertoire, and our final year student conductors continue to develop their skills with the university ensembles.
By popular request, the Salford University Big Band is delighted to be once again invited to perform at this renowned big band enthusiast’s night which attracts top bands from all over the North West.
Salford Professional Development is teaming up with the School of Environment & Life Sciences to run a one-day conference on ‘The Future of Health and Safety’.
This exciting one day conference celebrates International Women's Day 2015 and explores 'Social Media and Feminism'. Hosting a series of keynote speakers, the free event is suitable for anyone who wants to celebrate the social contribution of women. Registration is required.
Internationally acclaimed clarinettist Dr Arthur Campbell will be performing pieces written and recorded for Everglade Records by Elizabeth Hoffman of New York University, Kui Dong of Dartmouth College, Maurice Wright of Temple University, and Benjamin Broening of The University of Richmond, and Director of the Third Practice Festival
Welcome to the Old Pint Pot for another night of live music from the Popular Music ensembles within the Directorate.
A conference for academics, educationalists and writers on the young adult novel. Key note speakers are Melvin Burgess and Nicola Morgan
The Salford University Big Band is delighted to be part of this new series of Sunday afternoon big band sessions at the Continental.
Directed by Popular Music and Performance lecturer Tim France, the Salford University Big Band and singers provide a Michelin star lunchtime menu of jazz classics and contemporary music, cooked up especially for your delight and guaranteed to go down well.
Today’s concert sees the Salford University Brass Band travel South to this significant London venue.
The Salford University Big Band is extremely proud to support the Mayor of Salford’s charities by providing the music for this special occasion. The band will play a broad range of repertoire from the 1940’s to more contemporary compositions and arrangements.
As a conference devoted to one of the most popular ever examples of cult television, which is currently making an unprecedented TV return, this conference will be high profile and highly popular, attracted a high quality range of proposals from academics in a range of discipines and international locations.
The School of the Built Environment (SOBE) at the University of Salford will be holding the 12th International Post-Graduate Research Conference at MediaCityUK from 10th – 12th June.