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  • Free 1-2-1 Instrument Lessons with Centre for Music

    Date: 21 September - 02 October 2020
    Venue: Online

    As part of Feel Good Fortnight, Centre for Music are offering every member a free 1-2-1 lesson in a variety of instruments: Brass, Brass Jazz, Cello, Drums, Guitar, Oboe, Orchestral percussion, Piano, Sax/Clarinet Improv, Viola/Violin, Voice, Woodwind.

  • Technicolour Virtual

    Date: 29 September 2020
    Venue: Online

    UWE Centre for Music's Technicolour choir is holding online weekly rehearsals. Love singing to musicals? Then you'll love Technicolour!

  • UWE Bristol Singers

    Date: 29 September 2020
    Venue: Online

    Our first rehearsal of the new academic year for the UWE Singers - open to all singers who want to be part of a large community classical choir. Repertoire to include Faure's Requiem and a new commission for 2020.

  • Bristol at the centre of Black History: Dr Shawn Sobers in conversation with Marvin Rees

    Date: 01 October 2020
    Venue: Blackboard Collaborate

    Join UWE Bristol and Dr Shawn Sobers in conversation with Marvin Rees (Mayor of Bristol) as we discuss the history of Bristol and the slave trade, the story of the Colston statue, and how it made waves around the world.

  • UWE Bristol Singers

    Date: 06 October 2020
    Venue: Online

    Rehearsal for the UWE Singers - open to all singers who want to be part of a large community classical choir. Repertoire to include Faure's Requiem and a new commission for 2020.

  • 'INSPIRE' Masterclass - Braimah Kanneh-Mason (Violin)

    Date: 08 October 2020
    Venue: Online

    Centre for Music's 'INSPIRE' masterclass series kicks off with young violin virtuoso, Braimah Kanneh-Mason.

  • The Drummer's Odyssey Camp 2020

    Date: 10 October - 11 October 2020
    Venue: Online Event

    A drum camp with five tutors offering 10 hours of tuition plus a quiz and social event. Centre for Music members receive a 15% discount. Receive 10 hours of drum tuition with: Sarah Thawer, JP Bouvet, Camille Bigeaut, Dave Major and AJ Rousell.

  • 'INSPIRE' Masterclass - Julian Bliss (Clarinet)

    Date: 12 October 2020
    Venue: Online

    Our second 'INSPIRE' Masterclass with clarinet virtuoso, Julian Bliss.

  • 'INSPIRE' Masterclass - Charlotte Mobbs (Soprano)

    Date: 13 October 2020
    Venue: Online

    Centre for Music's 'INSPIRE' masterclasses continue with soprano, Charlotte Mobbs. Perfect for all singers.

  • UWE Bristol Singers

    Date: 13 October 2020
    Venue: Online

    Rehearsal for the UWE Singers - open to all singers who want to be part of a large community classical choir. Repertoire to include Faure's Requiem and a new commission for 2020.

  • 'INSPIRE' Masterclass - Mike Lovatt (Trumpet)

    Date: 14 October 2020
    Venue: Online

    Our 'INSPIRE' series of masterclasses concludes with a true trumpet legend. Join the Centre for Music and Mike Lovatt for two hours of great advice and tips from the top.

  • Bristol Bus Boycott and the legacy of UK Race Relations

    Date: 14 October 2020
    Venue: Blackboard Collaborate

    Join Michelle Curtis as she shares about the 1963 Bristol bus boycott, and impact it had on the forming of the first Race Relations Act in the UK. Michele tells the story of the long-lasting impact early Windrush era pioneers had on the city.
  • Jazz Improvisation Course

    Date: 19 October 2020
    Venue: Online

    Join Keith Morgan (Director of UWE Big Band) for our four week jazz improvisation course. Unlock the secrets to improvisation.

  • UWE Bristol Singers

    Date: 20 October 2020
    Venue: Online

    Rehearsal for the UWE Singers - open to all singers who want to be part of a large community classical choir. Repertoire to include Faure's Requiem and a new commission for 2020.

  • Black Lives Matter and the call for action

    Date: 21 October 2020
    Venue: Blackboard Collaborate

    Join UWE Bristol for a panel discussion reflecting on the Black Lives Matter protests over the summer, and what it means for the future of the city of Bristol. What should happen next?

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