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This evening of art, music and history celebrates the donation to the Royal College of Music of Milein Cosman’s collection of drawings of musicians.Find out more »
This exhibition presents some of Milein Cosman's renowned images of musicians, writers and artists, including her husband, Hans Keller.Find out more »
Alison Garnham and Susi Woodhouse present their new centenary biography of Hans Keller, in an evening of music and readings. On Hans Keller’s birthday itself, the Belcea Quartet perform Haydn’s Op.76 No.2 and Britten’s Third Quartet (which Britten dedicated to Keller).Find out more »
Study day and concert celebrating Hans Keller’s centenary, featuring discussion with musicians who knew Keller, a music workshop, film showing and concert by the Elias Quartet.Find out more »
A celebration of Hans Keller by the Yehudi Menuhin School, where Keller taught chamber music in the 1980s.
On Hans Keller’s birthday itself, the Belcea Quartet perform Haydn’s Op.76 No.2 and Britten’s Third Quartet (which Britten dedicated to Keller).
On Hans Keller’s birthday itself, the Belcea Quartet perform Haydn’s Op.76 No.2 and Britten’s Third Quartet (which Britten dedicated to Keller).Find out more »
Cambridge University Library (home of the Hans Keller Archive), the Faculty of Music and Clare Hall combine in a day of talks, discussion and music celebrating Hans Keller’s Centenary.Find out more »
This playful exhibition celebrates the huge contribution that Jews have made to this country across a variety of cultural, scientific and commercial fields.Find out more »
To commemorate the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust, the internationally renowned Zemel Choir will be performing in concert at JW3.Find out more »
Writer and broadcaster Oliver Soden introduces his new biography of composer Michael Tippett with a lecture illustrated by live performances from Morley College’s students and tutors.Find out more »
In a special event to mark the closing of Heather Ross’ installation The Loud and the Soft Speakers, musician and performer Florian Kaplick (the main protagonist in Ross's installation) will give a live performance of Kurt Schwitter’s two most iconic works. This will include a performance of Schwitters' seminal sound poem The Ursonate (approx 40 mins) and a new interpretation of his famous poem An Anna Blume.Find out more »