News Archive 2020
Professor Piers Hellawell’s new orchestral work Symphonies in Chains was premiered by the Ulster Orchestra on Wednesday 8th January in the Ulster Hall, a BBC Invitation Concert for later Radio 3 broadcast.
Queen’s Junior Music Academy (JAM) has been successful in the latest round of funding by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, one of Britain’s leading charities supporting the arts and music.
Many congratulations to Stephen Kelly and Ryan Perry (Kent) who have just been awarded £366,511 from the Leverhulme Trust for a project entitled 'Whittington’s Gift: Reconstructing the Lost Common Library of London’s Guildhall’.
Dr Paul Murphy (AEL) & Michaela Clarke (DARO) working with Deirdre Wildy (Special Collections & Archives) were awarded £234,600 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NI) for ‘Friel Reimagined: Connecting Diverse Audiences with Heritage’.
Created by Koichi Samuels who runs JAM 4 creative music technology course, part of Junior Academy of Music, at QUB. The voices are pupils of Junior Academy of Music and some instrumental recordings are also included in the music.
We are delighted to announce that one of our 3rd year Broadcast Production students Scott Duffield, will be hosting the Royal Television Society NI's Q&A - Writing The Salisbury Poisonings, Monday 6th July 2.00pm - 3.00pm RTS Zoom Onliine
Professor Janice Carruthers, Professor of French Linguistics at the School of Arts, English and Languages was one of the researchers to make a major contribution to ‘Towards a National Languages Strategy: Education and Skills’ published on 8 July.
SARC researchers past and present received awards at the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), the leading conference in the field of new musical instrument design and performance, held online 21st-25th July.