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DMU Black History Month Series: Decosta Boyce

DMU Black History Month Series: Decosta Boyce
Date:
18 October 2018
Location:
The Venue@DMU
Description
DMU Music is proud to introduce our Black History Month Series of International Jazz in collaboration with Serendipity and Leicester Jazz House. On Thursday 18 October join us for our second concert by the brilliant Decosta Boyce, A Hertfordshire born singer/songwriter/Producer who has self-released his critically acclaimed album 'Electrick Soul' and is currently on a UK and German tour.

DMU Chamber Choir at Peterborough Cathedral

DMU Chamber Choir at Peterborough Cathedral
Date:
21 October 2018
Location:
Peterborough Cathedral
Description
Join the DMU Chamber Choir for a morning of beautiful, uplifting music at Peterborough Cathedral! Let your morning be filled with wonderful, lyrical hymns and anthems, where the melodious choral music provides time for reflection and a respite in the busy week.

Indian Classical Music Series: Rupak Kulkarni

Indian Classical Music Series: Rupak Kulkarni
Date:
22 October 2018
Location:
Trinity House Chapel
Description
In a career stretching across four decades, Rupak Kulkarni – through dedicated practice and unwavering dedication – has dhrupad, khayal and tantrakari styles. Immerse yourself through his innovative improvisations with masterful breath control and dexterous finger work. He is accompanied by Ojas Adhiya on the tabla, who will entrance you with his dazzling tabla playing, delivered effortlessly and precisely.

Surveillance, Social Media and Identity

Date
24 - 25 October 2018
Location:
Clephan Building, De Montfort University, Trinity House
Description
Featuring 25 speakers from a dozen institutions

DMU Black History Month: In Conversation with Jazzie B

DMU Black History Month: In Conversation with Jazzie B
Date:
25 October 2018
Location:
De Montfort University
Description
DMU is honoured to welcome Jazzie B, pioneering DJ, music producer, entrepreneur and founding father of iconic group Soul II Soul

DMU Black History Month Series: Julia Biel

DMU Black History Month Series: Julia Biel
Date:
25 October 2018
Location:
The Venue@DMU
Description
Last but certainly not least in our first Black History Month Series is the wonderful Julia Biel Quartet on Thursday 25 October. Tipped as 'the best British vocalist to emerge in an age' by The Independent, the MOBO-nominated jazz vocalist and singer-songwriter's self-titled album 'Julia Biel' was released to reveal twelve more exquisite songs to add to the artist's growing catalogue.
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