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Women’s voices resonate through classical music

Seraphim Trio

Women’s voices, stories, and emotions in all their diversity will be the focus of a special musical event. Snapshots of Love and Life will present works by and about women – exploring an idealised domestic fantasy, a real-life musical marriage, and a contemporary feminist response to both.

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Get a taste of DEM MOB at Uni Days

DEM MOB

Emerging Indigenous rappers DEM MOB will take to the stage for a night of food and music at the University of Adelaide.

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Exploring music as medicine

Music as medicine

Music isn’t just about fun and entertainment. It’s also a powerful tool for self-expression, human connection, and motivation.

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Joint Indigenous Leadership for CASM

Dr Dylan Crismani and Mr Grayson Rotumah

The University of Adelaide is pleased to announce joint Indigenous leadership for the Centre of Aboriginal Studies in Music for the first time in its fifty-year history.

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Peter Garrett rocks University of Adelaide

Peter Garrett press shot

A one-off FREE live performance by Peter Garrett and The Alter Egos celebrating the University of Adelaide’s activities and research efforts to build climate adaptation and resilience will happen on Friday 10 March.

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Five decades of rock ‘n’ roll: UniBar joins Hall of Fame

A gig in the UniBar in 1990: the audience dances before a stage,

The University of Adelaide’s UniBar is being inducted into the South Australian Music Hall of Fame after 50 years of hosting iconic live music.

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Six-hour Guitarathon hits the high note

Twelve members of the Elder Conservatorium Guitar Ensemble stand in front of Elder Hall.

Classical guitar students from the University of Adelaide's Elder Conservatorium of Music will present a diverse program of solo and chamber music as part of this year’s Guitarathon.

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Student-led festival highlights innovation in creativity

Gaming computers and chairs set up in a line.

University of Adelaide students will showcase the best of student and international technology-assisted artistry at the Art of the Possible Festival from Monday 24 October to Thursday 27 October.

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Grant focuses on central Australian song lines

Dr Luke Dollman, Dr Dylan Crismani, Mr Grayson Rotumah smile into the camera.

Researchers at the University of Adelaide have received a grant to focus on central Australian song lines. The project strengthens knowledge, understanding and application of the intricate tuning systems that underpin traditional Indigenous musical practices.

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Cartoon character inspires musicians to bounce back

A scene from an Asterix comic shows Cacofonix injured as he plays his harp.

A character from the Asterix cartoon series could be an inspiration to musicians who are faced with setbacks.

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