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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22 SepFive RMA research colloquia have been announced for semester 1. These will all be available to watch online, with some recorded in the University Concert Hall with public access.
21 SepMusic in the University returns this Thursday at 1.10pm, September 25 with Scottish Jazz Award-winning band Rose Room.
31 AugFormer lecturer / current research associate in Music, Janet Beat, has released her first album at the age of 83. ‘Pioneering Knob Twiddler’, a compilation of some her compositions from the 1970s and 1980s, has been released on vinyl by Trunk Records and is also available to listen to on streaming services.