Tuesday, 22 April 2014 until 23 April 2014
Second and Third Year Performance Techniques
These Performance Techniques module within the Performing Arts students are the multi-talented ones, and here they demonstrate what they can do in at least two of the performing arts disciplines we teach: Vocal Studies, Dance and Drama.
North Holmes Road | Anselm Studios | 19:30
Wednesday, 23 April 2014
Larissa Lovelock Memorial Concert
Proudly presenting the joint winners of the Larissa Lovelock Scholarship for postgraduate performance.
North Holmes Road | St Gregory's Centre for Music | 13:10
Thursday, 24 April 2014 until 30 April 2014
Designing for Performance
Taking Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods as their starting point, Level 5 Theatre Design students have each developed their own unique take on the fairy tale characters depicted in this modern music theatre masterpiece.
Canterbury | Atrium, Augustine House | All Day
Multimedia Performance Environment Showcase
Final year Performing Arts students present a range of performance and installation works that use digital technologies and performance environment software as a starting point.
North Holmes Road | All Day
Tuesday, 29 April 2014
Final Year Acting Techniques: Solo Performance
Final year Drama students perform solo pieces inspired by contemporary theatre texts.
North Holmes Road | Anselm Studios | 11:00
Wednesday, 30 April 2014
The Broadway Choir
The energetic and versatile University choir, directed by Phil Hornsey, performs a selection of stirring musical theatre numbers.
North Holmes Road | St Gregory's Centre for Music | 13:10
Thursday, 01 May 2014
Public workshop: The London Sinfonietta and the music of Steve Reich
We're delighted to welcome the London Sinfonietta to Canterbury.
North Holmes Road | St Gregory's Centre for Music | 11:00
Friday, 02 May 2014
Janek Schaefer: Cloud/Cuckooland
A Sounds New commission, world premiere installation.
Sidney Cooper Gallery | 18:00
Sunday, 04 May 2014
Lauren Redhead: Organ and Electronics
Presented by Sound and Music.
Canterbury | St Peter's Methodist Church | 14:30
Evan Parker: Saxophone
In celebration of his 70th birthday, Kent resident and world-leading saxophonist Evan Parker brings his unique sound to the University.
North Holmes Road | St Gregory's Centre for Music | 20:00
Led Bib
You have to see them to believe them - formed in 2003, Led Bib are among the original torchbearers for the revitalised British jazz scene.
North Holmes Road | Anselm Studio 1 | 21:30
Monday, 05 May 2014
Kasai Masai - traditional African sounds
Based in London and led by Voodoo King Nickens Nkoso, Kasai Masai brings us the traditional sound of the most remote African equatorial villages, but with an added urban twist.
North Holmes Road, Canterbury Campus | Anselm Studio 1 | 15:00
London Sinfonietta: Protest Songs
The London Sinfonietta presents the culmination of a five-day residency at the Music and Performing Arts Department, Canterbury Christ Church University's Music and Performing Arts Department.
North Holmes Road | St Gregory's Centre for Music | 19:30
Tuesday, 06 May 2014
Product of an ongoing research collaboration between Andy Hurst (Canterbury Christ Church University) and Judi Vivas (University of Kent).
North Holmes Road | Anselm Studio 2 | 02:00
Thomas Oehler: Mind the Composer!
Christ Church University composer Thomas Oehler offers a guide to his music in the company of award-winning French pianist Amandine Savary.
North Holmes Road | St Gregory's Centre for Music | 13:10
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