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UNIVERSITY NEWS 03 FEB 2017
Professor Bashir Makhoul, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Birmingham City University, is exhibiting once again at Liverpool’s Bluecoat, as the art centre beings a 300-day programme celebrating its...
IN INDUSTRY 27 JAN 2017
BSA alumni Rachel Delooze and Oliver Stanley will be performing in Stephen Sondheim's Anyone Can Whistle at The Union Theatre in Southwark, London. The production will be running from February 8...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 23 JAN 2017
Birmingham Conservatoire is marking the start of the Year of the Rooster with a star-studded concert at Birmingham Hippodrome featuring some of China’s leading classical musicians.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 20 JAN 2017
A celebrated contemporary music festival comes to Birmingham for the first time this month.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 14 JAN 2017
Two students from Birmingham City University have wowed the judges on TV talent show The Voice UK, progressing to the next round after their blind audition, which aired on Saturday 14 January.
IN INDUSTRY 30 DEC 2016
Birmingham School of Acting third year students Iona Crampton, Daniel Lipton and Niamh Finlay are starring in Kon-Tiki, the new music video by English indie band Ultrasound. Production support...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 19 DEC 2016
Christmas has come early for three Birmingham Conservatoire students, as they have been selected to join a prestigious Welsh orchestra.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 16 DEC 2016
Birmingham Conservatoire has a new Woodwind elective module that aims to teach students how to be multi-instrumentalists. The elective is taught by visiting tutor Paul Saunders and has an...
IN INDUSTRY 13 DEC 2016
Two third year students from Birmingham School of Acting, Vivian Belosky and Jordan Taylor, have been chosen to represent the school at the Sam Wanamaker Festival 2017.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 08 DEC 2016
The Force is strong with one Birmingham Conservatoire graduate, after music he composed was selected for the latest ‘Star Wars’ film trailer.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 06 DEC 2016
Four graduates from Birmingham Conservatoire are celebrating after being lauded as some of Britain’s most talented and exciting new voices in music.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 01 DEC 2016
A seven-storey high festive fanfare marked a major milestone for Birmingham Conservatoire’s new home as musicians from the famous music academy performed on top of the £57 million building.