Monthly Archives: March 2018

OU BA Music Launch Is Still On!

We’ve had a number of queries about this Guardian article on curriculum and staffing cuts at the Open University. Things are better than the article suggests. OU Music is still here, and we’re still launching our new BA in Music. The OU has responded … Continue reading

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What Opera Means

Well-known opera critic Claire Seymour, one of the department’s Associate Lecturers, has been taking part in a BBC Radio 3 discussion. The subject is one very relevant to the department’s Level 3 module, A342, in that it considers Christopher Wintle’s new book, What … Continue reading

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A rare opportunity to hear music by the Scottish composer Robert Johnson

On Wednesday 4 April, at St Mary’s Cathedral, 300 Great Western Road, Glasgow, Dr Elaine Moohan will introduce a concert of sacred and secular music by the sixteenth-century Scottish composer Robert Johnson. The pre-concert talk at 6.30pm, ‘Who was Robert Johnson? … Continue reading

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