Upcoming events

Monday
5
February 2018

Composition Workshop

This workshop is generously funded by the University of Sheffield Concerts (UOSC), a Sheffield home for musical discovery, learning, and participation.   With scores of international and award-winning performers, a kaleidoscope of choirs, collectives, composers, conductors, and ensembles of all shapes and sizes, UOSC is committed to providing opportunities for music lovers of all tastes and ages. 

Thursday
8
February 2018

Composition Workshop

This workshop is generously funded by the University of Sheffield Concerts (UOSC), a Sheffield home for musical discovery, learning, and participation.   With scores of international and award-winning performers, a kaleidoscope of choirs, collectives, composers, conductors, and ensembles of all shapes and sizes, UOSC is committed to providing opportunities for music lovers of all tastes and ages. 

Sunday
4
March 2018

Way Out East: Composer Portraits - Nicola LeFanu

The Octandre Ensemble invites you to journey eastwards for three Composer Portraits exploring otherness and ritual from a unique perspective. Each programme has been co-curated with the composer, who will give interviews on the night to illuminate their choice of pieces. The series begins with the music of Nicola LeFanu - full programme details here.

Monday
5
March 2018

Composition Workshop

This workshop is generously funded by the University of Sheffield Concerts (UOSC), a Sheffield home for musical discovery, learning, and participation.   With scores of international and award-winning performers, a kaleidoscope of choirs, collectives, composers, conductors, and ensembles of all shapes and sizes, UOSC is committed to providing opportunities for music lovers of all tastes and ages. 

Friday
9
March 2018

Composition Workshop

This workshop is generously funded by the University of Sheffield Concerts (UOSC), a Sheffield home for musical discovery, learning, and participation.   With scores of international and award-winning performers, a kaleidoscope of choirs, collectives, composers, conductors, and ensembles of all shapes and sizes, UOSC is committed to providing opportunities for music lovers of all tastes and ages. 

Tuesday
24
April 2018
Saturday
2
June 2018

Raga Seasons: Jyotsna Srikanth

Violinist Jyotsna Srikanth explores time in South Indian music. The first half of this concert, with mridangam and ghatam percussion, comprises a whirlwind historical sketch of great composers from the 15th to the 20th century in several different rhythmic cycles. In the second half Srikanth presents the UK premiere of her own Raga Seasons violin concerto with the Ligeti Quartet: six movements depicting the six seasons of the Hindu calendar.