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At this Colloquy, organised by Royal Holloway, University of London, ten diverse speakers will share their perspective(s) on gender equality within their personal and professional experiences.
Hear one of the finest university choirs in the UK perform varied programmes, with music from the 12th to the 21st centuries in the surroundings of the University’s gilded Chapel.
As part of our Crossing Borders music series the unique Andean band, the only one of its type in the UK, join hands with Bolivian musicians, Sikuris sin Fronteras.
Professor Levine will discuss how neglect of social incentives has hindered foreign aid and discuss the role of social and financial incentives in the fight against climate change.
Join us for our weekly Friday Pocket Concert as we showcase the very best of our second and third-year special study music students and ensembles at the Department of Music.
Prof Bourne will outline the various stages in her career, including how she embeds research at the heart of her work.
This lecture will examine the ways that London women belonged and did not belong to the city, looking at their negotations with freedom, law, and custom from the city to the suburbs.
The Gamelan Ensemble Puloganti, directed by Simon Cook, specialises in the Sundanese style of West Java (gamelan degung and salendro), one of the only ensembles of its kind in the UK.
Our inspiring panel from different countries and career stages, will discuss actions to promote EDI at various levels, from departmental, to institutional, to international.
This lecture will consider the current opportunities that digital health offers for increasing the reach and relevance of clinical psychology.
NEW SOUNDS is a four-day festival of contemporary music presented by the Department of Music, showcasing some of the best and most innovative modern music at Royal Holloway.
This concert features three student composer-performers selected from Cyborg Soloists’ 2024 Call for Student Projects: Art Banymandhub, Hannah Lam and Sophia Manta.
We are excited to launch our New Sounds 2024 Festival with an intimate performance given by our outgoing Quartet-in-Residence, the Tippett Quartet, of music that marries the old with the new.
Campus Echoes is a new, interactive experience where music creators, composers, and sound artists have been tasked to create short pieces of music to be heard and experienced at different locations.