The IGNITE Festival of Creativity is taking a new approach to the degree show – combling the exhibition with employability
Grammy-nominated baritone Randall Scarlata is in Plymouth to perform Schubert’s Winterreise with Robert Taub in the Musica Viva Concert series
Researchers at Plymouth University are looking to reconnect people to the joy of playing, and calling for former musicians to get in touch
What’s the most important invention – we’re quite keen on that tacky, sometimes coloured, sometimes not – fixant which puts our pictures on the wall and keeps the secondary glazing in place. Five experts will debate at Plymouth Uni
Outstanding student talent spanning a range of arts disciplines will go on show to the public at HOT’17, the degree show from the University of Plymouth’s School of Art, Design and Architecture.
Simon Ible conducts the Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta for the final time, with Jeni Bern, at the Minster Church of St Andrew. Philip R Buttall reviews
Kit & McConnel opened this year’s Words and Music Festival with a show entitled Noel Coward and His Legacy, which could well rank as one of the funniest evenings on campus. Philip R Buttall reviews
Mindful Visions: Metamorphosis, Daydreams and Fantasies by Peninsula Arts Sinfonietta at Plymouth University Sherwell Centre had some extremely expressive moments. Philip R Buttall reviews
Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival 2017 Gala Concert at The House, Plymouth University was both entertaining and enlightening. Philip R Buttall reviews.
Peninsula Arts String Quartet played at the Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University. Philip R Buttall reviews the stimulating bit-by-bit reassembly of the string-quartet medium
The 12th edition of the Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival – taking place at Plymouth University from 24-26 February 2017 – will explore the reinvention of the human voice.
Samuel Chapple’s lunchtime recital at The Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth was called When the Piano Sings, and sing it certainly did, says Philip R Buttall
The world premiere of a duet between a mezzo soprano and a $15million quantum supercomputer – created by a Plymouth University composer – will take place at the 2016 Port Eliot Festival
Memory: I’ll Remember You at Plymouth University is a performance in three parts that left a lasting impression. Philip R Buttall reviews.
Pierre-Emmanuel Largeron (violin) with Daniel King Smith (piano) at
Sherwell Centre, Plymouth University with music inspired by the Mediterranean. Philip R Buttall reviews