Music at Glasgow is a lively and collaborative community of staff and students from around the world.
We embrace both traditional and innovative forms of music scholarship, viewing music as playing a vital role in a wider social, cultural and political context.
Our research spans five main, interconnected areas - historical musicology, performance practices, composition and sonic arts, the music industries and ethnomusicology - each of which informs our degree courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
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24 MayGLE4M Festival returns with two days of concerts and specially-curated listening spaces in and around the Queen Margaret Union, University of Glasgow. The festival is a collaboration between the 4M netlabel and the Dear Green Bothy, which focuses on environmentally-conscious arts practices working at the intersection of technology and sustainability.
24 MayAlice Masterson joins as lecturer in Music Industries.
29 AprMaggie Nicols joins us for three days of events to mark the 2022 Cram residency.