The Department of Music in Durham is one of the leading centres for the study of music in Britain, an established Centre for Excellence in Teaching with an international reputation.
As you might expect, the sheer wealth of musical talent in Durham means that there is a comprehensive, year-round musical programme, catering for every possible musical taste. From classical recitals, to Big Band swing, Brass bands to modern jazz, Durham University offers a fabulous range of performances for everyone to enjoy!
Thursday 3 October 2019
An evening of songs with singer-songwriter, Keith James, as part of this year's Durham Book Festival Fringe Programme.
For this event in the beautiful setting of Ushaw College, Keith James will perform a selection of songs from Leonard Cohen, Nick Drake, John Martyn, Joni Mitchell and others in his intimate and sensitive style.
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Friday 4 October 2019
Keith James returns for another gig, this time in Durham's Cafedral Cafe.
Keith will play songs from right across Cat Stevens' career, weaving in the story of his life, in what promises to be a memorable evening.
Saturday 5 October 2019
Orchestra North East is pleased to announce that the first concert of the 2019-2020 season will be in Durham Cathedral at 7.30pm on Saturday October 5th.
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Saturday 9 November 2019
The Durham Singers and the English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble perform music for remembrance and consolation by Purcell, Schütz, Bach, Howells and Francis Pott.
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