Events


June 10th, 2013

Fine Art Degree Show plus University Summer Exhibition

Fine Art Degree Show: Wednesday 19 June until Tuesday 25 June; University Summer Exhibition: Saturday 29 June until Saturday July 13. Both at Djanogly Art Gallery, Lakeside Arts Centre, University Park. The gallery is open 11am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday, and noon to 4pm Sundays and bank holidays. Admission is free.

Students on the BA (Hons) Fine Art Degree programme use a wide variety of media. The University Summer Exhibition is an annual showcase and sale of work by students, staff and alumni.

Summer Symphony in the Park

Sunday 16 June, Jubilee Avenue Meadow (near Trent Building), University Park, from 3pm. Admission is free.

Join the University Philharmonia for a summer afternoon of music from around the globe and beyond. One of the world’s finest guitarists, the internationally acclaimed Xuefei Yang, joins the orchestra for Rodrigo’s sublime and ever popular Concierto de Aranjuez. Bring picnics, family and friends and enjoy an afternoon of orchestral classics in the summer sunshine in the beautiful grounds of University Park. The programme also includes music by Mozart, Bizet, Eric Coates, Tchaikovsky, Brahms and Holst.

Summer Dances: University Wind Orchestra and Moonlighters Big Band

Thursday 20 June, 7.30pm, Great Hall, Trent Building, University Park. Admission: £8, £5 concessions, £4 UoN students.

A programme filled with the dancing sounds of summer, including the premiere of postgraduate composer Angela Slater’s The Storm, Leonard Bernstein’s scintillating dances from West Side Story, and Buddy Rich’s explosive Channel One Suite.

Tickets www.lakesidearts.org.uk or telephone  0115 846 7777

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