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BBC Music Day returns bigger and better for 2016 with Duran Duran and Laura Mvula live at Eden, Travis and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in concert, live music at 40 iconic bridges, and unique musical celebrations across the UK including one with us right here in Leeds!
Earlier this year Senior Lecturer Adam Martin and head of Postgraduate Study Professor Andy West secured an exciting exchange programme for LCoM Students with the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.
Since our last meeting with opera singer, vocal coach and classical degree graduate, Dominique Chan, she has started an exciting new chapter of her career as part of the Jockey Club Opera Hong Kong Young Artist Development Programme.
We talk to dhol drum master Johnny Kalsi as he becomes a Fellow of Leeds College of Music at graduation on 24 July, as the Class of 2015 are conferred their degrees.
To launch a year of celebratory events for Leeds College of Music's 50th Anniversary, a variety of alumni get together to perform in a Legacy Big Band special...
A recent UCAS report outlines how students from advantaged backgrounds are six times more likely to receive a place at a UK Conservatoire, but is there a skew in the average figures?
Originally hailing from Oslo, we catch up with graduate and experimental musician Maria Jardardottir to learn more about her journey since leaving Leeds College of Music
Jazz Pianist and Vocalist, News Editor and Journalist - Sunniva Brynnel tells us about her experiences in Leeds and career to date.
Classical and Opera singer, vocal coach and choir conductor, Dominique Chan tells us about her experiences in Leeds and career in Hong Kong.
Film composer and winner of Hans Zimmer's Bleeding Fingers competition, Daniel Suett, chats to us about his winning track, meeting the man himself, and his new job over in LA.
This year our International Women's Day celebrations are bigger and better than ever - featuring panel talks, feminism campaigns, and all-female gigs and showcases.
Jazz student Matt McGraw and Production student Al Ross on how they laid down an original track – Deeds and Measures by McGraw and Matt Asti.
Renowned Israeli drummer Asaf Sirkis worked with our students on how the practice of Konokol, which dates back 5000 years, can help strengthen rhythmic understanding.
Heather Iqbal talks to Girishh Gopalakrishnan (MA Music Composition 2009) whose foray into the Tamil film industry has already resulted in two critically-acclaimed scores and soundtracks.
Hollie April is the stage name of Hollie Buhagiar – a third-year BA (Hons) Music Production student at Leeds College of Music. Performing professionally for the first time at the age of 13, she’s been readying herself to enter the working world as a musician when she leaves Higher Education in a few months.
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