Emily Peasgood, who teaches composition in the School of Music and Performing Arts, has won a prestigious BASCA Composition Award.
Dr Kene Igweonu, Principal Lecturer and Director of Knowledge Exchange and Enterprise for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, has been elected President of the African Theatre Association (AfTA).
Listen to CCCU Artistic Researcher Matthew Herbert in conversation with Lauren Laverne on Radio One.
Top Voices will be taking part in a fantastic event called Walk Through the Walls: Canterbury Now and Then.
Presenting a rigorous critical investigation of the reinvigoration of the political in contemporary British theatre, Ecologies of Precarity in Twenty-First Century Theatre provides a fresh understanding of how theatre has engaged with precarity, affect, risk, intimacy, care and relationality in recent times.
Russell is an artistic researcher at CCCU where he encourages our students to explore the relationship between movement, music and light.
As part of the University’s programme to mark one hundred years since the ending of the First World War, we are delighted to present multi-award-winning pianist Libby Burgess and baritone Johnny Herford, himself winner of the Song Prize at the Kathleen Ferrier Competition, and the Jean Meikle Duo Prize at the Wigmore Hall International Song Competition.
Our talented staff and students are involved with the Canterbury Festival in many different ways.
Testimonials from some of the student cast and crew
Written by Music Alumni: Ugne Dailidonyte