|28 May 2018||Dr Sarah McCleave, Senior Lecturer in Music will be speaking on 'Thomas Moore in the Digital Age: Music, illustrations and stories' (a 'Meet the Music' talk) at 7pm in the Old McMordie Hall, Music, Queen's University.|
|30 April 2018||Dr Conor Lucey, Assistant Professor in the School of Art History and Cultural Policy at University College Dublin will be speaking on 'Personality Crisis? Public Architecture in Eighteenth-Century Ireland' at 4:30pm in the Irish Studies Seminar Room, 8 Fitzwilliam Street, Queen's University.|
|26 April 2018||BMUS Students will perform 'A Night at the Opera': An arrangement of John O'Keeffe's The Poor Soldier at 7:30pm in the Harty Room, Music, Queen's University|
|2 March 2018||Dr Fiona Stafford, Fellow and Tutor in English Literature, Somerville College University of Oxford will be speaking on 'Keats, Shoots and Leaves: Poems, Places and the Medicinal Power of Plants' at 3:15pm in the Seminar Room, Music, Queen's University.|
|26 January 2018||Dr Ruth Thorpe, Queen's University Belfast will be giving a paper entitled: '"If considered mine...": Ambiguity and Meaning in the Material Possessions of Elite Wives, 1760-1830' at 3:15pm at Queen's University, Seminar Room in Music.|
Other Local Events
|28 May 2018||
In the final ‘Meet the Music’ talk of the academic year, Dr Sarah McCleave will talk introduce resources (image banks and exhibitions, recordings, a catalogue) created for the Horizon 2020-funded project, ERIN: ‘Thomas Moore in Europe’. @ 19:00 Old McMordie Hall, Music. ‘Thomas Moore in the digital age: music, illustrations, and stories’. Admission is FREE; no advance tickets required.
|26 April 2018||
‘A Night at the Opera’. Final –year BMUS students will perform their own arrangement of The Poor Soldier, a comic opera of 1783 with text by John O’Keeffe and music by William Shields. @ 19:30 Harty Room, Music. Admission is FREE; no advance tickets required.
|Eighteenth-Century Ireland Annual Conference||Details tbc: https://www.ecis.ie/annual-conference/|