An interview with Eliane Correa on her phenomenal and prolific career – plus, what advice she would give to aspiring musicians.
Maxine reviews a new book exploring how African migration is presented through Hip hop.
We sat down with community musician and SOAS alumna Sally Jaquet to chat about her journey through education, her projects, and politics.
Discover how BA Music at SOAS provides an opportunity for students to explore music from around the globe and why it’s the perfect course.
Sign up for online workshops aimed at beginners to experts and dedicated to music forms from Asia, Africa, the Middle East and South America.
Award-winning musician and SOAS alum, we caught up with Jasdeep.
Tangram is a rising artist collective envisioning a world beyond the China-West dichotomy.
The fifth act of the 2019-20 Concert Series features a SOAS academic looking to combine different musical worlds.
The Beyond Conference shows us the latest in artificial intelligence.
The fourth act of the 2019 SOAS Concert Series brings a legend to the BGLT.
“The way they overcame challenges – I have nothing but admiration.”
Jeremy Shaverin from the award-winning band talks to us before their concert at the SOAS Brunei Gallery.
The first act of the 2019 SOAS Concert Series is a multi-instrumentalist with a deep love for his homeland.
The “super-fusion” outfit is on a mission
“Expect Indian textures, Persian rhythms and Japanese minimalism”
In a year, which sees the 70th anniversary of the Partition of India, the theme of the Bloomsbury Festival is independence.
Diversify your music library with these suggestions…
“I was only supposed to be there for 3 weeks but got hijacked for 2 months”
Meet SOAS politics alumnus Anja Fahlenkamp
Music student Lucie Treacher sits down with artist Lola Perrin to discuss her composition on climate change and upcoming event at SOAS