Notices

  • Thursday 17 October 2013
  • NO. 5037
  • VOL. 144

Appointments

Medical Sciences

University Lecturer

Pharmacology

Rebecca Sitsapesan, BSc Aberd, MSc Leeds, PhD Strath, Fellow of Hertford and University Lecturer in Pharmacology. From 31 August.

Biochemistry

Travis S Bayer, BS Texas, PhD CalTech, Fellow of Oriel and University Lecturer in Microbial Biochemistry. From 1 September.

Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

Heidi De Wet, BSc North-West, South Africa, PhD Cape Town, Fellow of St Catherine’s and University Lecturer in Physiology. From 1 October 2013.

Graduate Awards and Prizes

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Electoral Boards

Composition of an Electoral Board

The composition of the electoral board to the post below, proceedings to fill which are currently in progress, is as follows:

White’s Professorship of Moral Philosophy

  Appointed by
The Dean of Christ Church  Mr Vice-Chancellor1
Professor M Davies  The President of Corpus Christi
Professor C Fabre  Council
Professor B Herman  Council
Professor S West Humanities Division
Professor R Crisp  Faculty of Philosophy
Professor C Shields Faculty of Philosophy
Professor S Scheffler  Faculty of Philosophy 
Professor U Coope Corpus Christi

                                                           

1Appointed by Mr Vice-Chancellor under the provisions of Statute IX, Sect 10 and 11.

Musical and other Events

Faculty of Music

All events are free and in the Holywell Music Room, unless otherwise noted.

Coffee Concerts

11am, Sundays. Admission: £11/£10; see: www.coffeeconcerts.co.uk

Oxford Lieder Festival Concerts

From 11 Oct. Admission varies by performance; see: www.oxfordlieder.co.uk

Britten's Voices

1.30pm, 19 Oct, New College: Counter Tenor James Bowman with Mark Deller discuss Alfred Deller, Britten and the countertenor voice

10.30am, 9 Nov, Magdalen: Bass, led by Alan Opie

Humanitas

The following events will take place at St John’s. Free but ticket required: www.humanities.ox.ac.uk/humanitas.

25–28 Oct: Midori, Humanitas Visiting Professor in Classical Music and Music Education

1–5 Nov: Renée Fleming, Humanitas Visiting Professor in Opera Studies

Cavaleri String Quartet in residency with the Music Faculty

11.15am, 27 Oct: Coffee concert. Admission: £11/£10

1.30pm, 29 and 31 Oct, Faculty of Music: Composition workshops

8pm, 30 Oct: Evening concert. Admission: £14/£10

JdP Concerts

The following events will take place at the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, St Hilda's.

3pm, 2 Nov: Jonathan Powell (piano) (pre-concert talk at 2.15pm)

8pm, 15 Nov: Zoe Rahman (jazz pianist). Admission: £20/£15/£5 students; see: www.ticketsoxford.com

Britten Centenary

22 Nov, St Catherine’s: METAMORPHOSIS composition competition

12.30pm, 22 Nov, Sheldonian Theatre: 'Friday Afternoons'. Admission: £5/£4, from the Oxfordshire County Music Service

8pm, 23 Nov, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, St Hilda's: Steven Isserlis (cello) and Connie Shih (piano). Admission: £30/£25/£20 students; www.ticketsoxford.com

Other events

7.30pm, 1 Nov: Bate Concert, Radcliffe Wind Quintet. Admission: £10/£8

1.30pm, 2 Nov: Bate Collection Family Concert. Admission: £10 adults; children free

8pm, 8 Nov, Holywell Music Room: The Clerks. Admission: £14/£10 see www.ticketsoxford.com

5pm, 11 Nov: Robert Saxton in conversation

8pm, 11 Nov: Ensemble ISIS: The music of Robert Saxton

12.30pm, 12 Nov: Clare Hammond: piano recital: Saxton’s 'Hortus Musicae'

4pm, 13 Nov, Jacqueline du Pré Music Building, St Hilda's: Jaroslaw Kapuscinski, Stanford: 'Where is Chopin?'

7.30pm, 14 Nov, Sheldonian Theatre: Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Contrapunctus concert. Pre-concert talk: Professor Susan Wollenberg, 6.30pm. Admission: £42/£28/£18/£10; see: www.musicatoxford.com

8pm, 15 Nov, Sheldonian Theatre: Oxford University Orchestra. Admission: £12/£6; see: http://ouo.oums.org

2pm, 25 and 30 Nov, Faculty of Music: Conducting masterclasses for young conductors

1pm, 27 Nov: Conway Scholars recital

8pm, 27 Nov, Sheldonian Theatre: Oxford University Philharmonia

7.30pm, 29 Nov: Matthew Barley, Around Britten concert. Admission: £15/£12/£5; see: www.matthewbarley.com

9.30am, 2 Dec, Faculty of Music: Dr Jason Stoessel, Balzan workshop

10am and 3pm, 4 Dec, Faculty of Music: Composition workshops with ISIS Scholars and Richard Casey

St Hilda's

Lunchtime Recital Series

The following recitals will be held at 1.15pm on Thursdays at the JdP. Refreshments served; all welcome; admission free. Coordinated by Dr Jonathan Williams, Director of College Music

17 Oct: Ben Rose, piano: Handel, Gade, Grieg

24 Oct: Osman Tack, piano: Robert Schumann's Humoreske, op 20

31 Oct: Loré Lixenberg, mezzo soprano: Monteverdi, Purcell, The Beatles (in memory of Cathy Berberian)

7 Nov: Svetlana Sozdateleva, soprano, and Jonathan Powell, piano: Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky, Glière

14 Nov: Carson Becke, piano: Richard Strauss

21 Nov: The Clarendon Trio: Clara Schumann's Trio, op 17

28 Nov: St Hilda's musicians: Britten and Ravel

5 Dec: St Hilda’s Freshers in concert with Finn Shields, John Willis and James Sexton

Exhibitions

Pitt Rivers Museum

8 Oct–30 Mar: Surviving tsunami: photographs in the aftermath of the great east Japan earthquake. For information: www.prm.ox.ac.uk/rd3.html.