University strikes a chord with Royal Marines School of Music
The University of Plymouth’s School of Humanities and Performing Arts has signed an agreement with the Royal Marines School of Music (RMSoM)
Opera created at the University of Plymouth to air on BBC Radio 3
A ground-breaking opera composed and recorded at the University of Plymouth will reach a national audience when it is broadcast on BBC Radio 3 this weekend.
Research expertise to be shared with undergraduates through new Computing, Audio and Music Technology degree, launching 2020
A unique new degree programme is building on world-leading research and expertise to equip graduates for careers in music, audio, computing and creative technology.
Project offers new lease of life to disabled former musicians
Participants are being sought for a life changing project designed to help injured or ill former musicians reconnect with the joy of playing.
Plymouth Conservatoire offers world class training to local young people with the launch of new Summer School
Plymouth Conservatoire is launching a brand new Performer Training Summer School at the city’s award-winning theatre, The House.
Blake Morrison to give Mary Jacobs Memorial Lecture at University of Plymouth
Novelist, poet and journalist Blake Morrison is to deliver the fourth annual Mary Jacobs Memorial Lecture, ‘Life Writing and the Writing Life’ at the University of Plymouth.
Researching the impact of jazz improvisation
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University Lecturer in Music Dr Katherine Williams has been awarded the first ever Jazz Research Fellowship by the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation and the Jazz Education Network