Music and Gigs

08.02.23 – ArtsKeele presents Chineke! String Quartet

Wednesday 8th February, 7.30pm, Westminster Theatre, Keele University. ArtsKeele’s next concert takes place on the evening of Wednesday 8th February in Westminster Theatre, with a programme of music by Chineke! String Quartet. The Chineke! Foundation was created in 2015 to provide outstanding career opportunities to established and up-and-coming Black and ethnically diverse classical musicians in …

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25.01.23 – Piatti Quartet

25th January, 7.30pm, Westminster Hall, Keele University, ArtsKeele To commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January, the Piatti Quartet, play quartets by two of the Terezín composers who perished in Auschwitz in 1944. The programme concludes with a work by Beethoven that featured in the ghetto’s remarkable cultural life. At Keele University we remember the …

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7.12.22 – MĒLA GUITAR QUARTET

7.30pm, 7th December 2022, Westminster Theatre, Keele University This program traverses the ages with the Mēla guitar quartet’s scintillating arrangements of much-loved classical works and original compositions. Join ArtsKeele for their last concert in the run up to Christmas 2022. TICKETS:Standard – £16Students and 16 & under are FREE Booking and more info: https://www.keele.ac.uk/about/events

30/11/22: HARRIET MACKENZIE AND CELONIATUS ENSEMBLE by candlelight

7pm, 30 November 2022, Keele University Chapel, ArtsKeele Vivaldi’s masterpiece ‘The Four Seasons’ is perfectly complemented by Deborah Pritchard’s emotive violin concerto ‘Wall of Water’, written for Harriet Mackenzie and inspired by the tempestuous waves of Maggi Hambling’s paintings. The birdsong and nature of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons marries perfectly with Pritchard’s dramatic musical sea-scape. The …

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Dolphy Fused

Wednesday 16 November 2022 – 7:30pm. Westminster Theatre, Chancellor’s Building, Keele University. Sarah Watts – Bass Clarinet. Sarah Watts will perform a transcription of Eric Dolphy’s own improvisation on Billie Holiday’s God Bless The Child and Mike Vaughan’s In Memoriam for bass clarinet and electronics. Dolphy was known to play transcriptions of music by J …

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