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!
Friday 24 January 2020
Durham University Light Opera Group (DULOG) are proud to present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s, smash-hit Oklahoma! which tells the whirlwind story of two young couples fighting for their lovers in the crossfire of cowboys and farmers. The Western-Indian territory of Oklahoma makes for a much-spirited rivalry between local cowboys and ranch-hands. The perfect backdrop for a love story between Curly, a handsome cowboy, and Laurey, a beautiful farm girl.
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Saturday 25 January 2020
Programme to include Faure's Requiem and Woods' This Joyous Night.
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Monday 3 February 2020
Join us for this special live performance of classical music by The Cobweb Orchestra, blended with domestic abuse survivors stories.
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Thursday 12 March 2020
Durham University Choral Society return to Durham Cathedral to present Mendelssohn’s Elijah, in partnership with Durham Opera Ensemble, under the leadership of Nathan Smith. We are thrilled to collaborate on Mendelssohn’s ever-popular oratorio, of which will be an exciting opportunity for both societies to showcase one of the greatest pieces in the choral repertoire. Undoubtedly the composer’s most famous and adored choral work, its delightful charm and rousing choruses never fail to bring joy to all those who experience the beauty of this irresistible work.
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Saturday 28 March 2020
Two jewels in the crown of Renaissance music, honouring a Queen and a Pope, form the centrepiece of the Durham Singers’ spring concert, alongside two settings of the Ave Maria from England and Spain.
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