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Obituary: Laszlo Heltay (1930-2019)

5 February 2020

Laszlo Heltay died in Budapest on 17 December, three weeks short of his 90th birthday. It would be difficult to over-estimate the influence of...


Festival of Music and Ideas: Hildegard Westerkamp and Acoustic Ecologies

17 January 2020

Environmentally engaged artists and researchers from Sussex featured in four-day celebration of the music and ideas of Hildegard Westerkamp


University Orchestra turn back time for arts centre golden jubilee concert

29 November 2019

The University of Sussex Symphony Orchestra (USSO) will be turning back time as they recreate a programme of music from 50 years ago.


MFM students take on 36-hour filmmaking challenge

22 November 2019

Filmmaking students took part in a 36-hour filmmaking challenge to produce 5-minute films screened in front of a public audience and judging panel.


Sussex professor is the first Pierre Audi Chair at the University of Amsterdam and Dutch National Opera

22 November 2019

Nicholas Till has been appointed to the Pierre Audi Chair in Opera and Music Theatre at the University of Amsterdam and Dutch National Opera.


Students hear from alumni working at the heart of the BBC

15 November 2019

"Content is king" - that was the view from within the BBC from alumnus Peter Davey at an event on 6 November.


Still defying boundaries five decades on

12 November 2019

Fifty years ago this month Britain’s first campus-based university arts centre opened its doors at the University of Sussex.


Sussex academic curates new archive revealing unique BBC insider stories of the Cold War years

8 November 2019

Dr Alban Webb curates a new archive collection of unique video and audio footage of first-hand accounts of the Cold War geopolitical struggle.


Meaningful evening paints vibrant picture of Sussex music and launches new music recording studio in style

11 October 2019

Alumni, staff and students came together this week to honour the memory and music of the much-loved Professor of Music Jonathan Harvey.


Sussex PhD student creates musical instrument featured in the soundtracks of Joker and Chernobyl

10 October 2019

A PhD student at the University of Sussex has invented an eerie-sounding musical instrument, the halldorophone, heard on the soundtrack to Joker.


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