Classical Sheffield announces PhD student as winner of composing competition
As a winner of the Stella Jockel competition, James Thomas has been awarded the opportunity to premiere his composition in the finale of the Classical Weekend at Sheffield City Hall.
Putting Broadway under the spotlight: how disability was erased from a popular musical
Research by Professor Dominic Broomfield-McHugh reveals that producers removed a lead disabled character from one of the most popular musicals in Broadway history. His findings have sparked a debate about disability representation in musicals, both i
Filling the silence: the powerful music of Afghanistan's exiled musicians
On the morning of August 15 2021 the flourishing musicscape of Afghanistan fell silent. As the Taliban regime came back into force, musicians disappeared and fled. Dr Cayenna Ponchione-Bailey is working with Afghan musicians now living in exile to cr
Music psychology course celebrates 25 years with anniversary conference
In 2023, the distance learning postgraduate programme in music psychology celebrates its silver anniversary. To recognise the success of the programme, the Department of Music will be hosting a special two-day conference.