As part of the year of celebrations, the band presented a wide range of pieces from their repertoire at Edge Hill University’s Hale Hall including classical overture, traditional brass band marches and well-loved tunes from stage and screen.
A former Edge Hill University Music Production student from London has made history by appearing alongside jazz pioneer Jamie Cullum.
Getintothis’ Steven Doherty and Michael Maloney look at the story (so far) of The Label Recordings. The Label Recordings is Ormskirk-based Edge Hill University‘s own record label, but it’s much more than that. Set up back in 2013, it’s the only industry-focused, university-run label operating in the country, offering opportunities to become involved in the […]
Four music students at Edge Hill University can now add a big screen credit to their burgeoning CVs, in the form of the critically-acclaimed comedy-drama Sometimes Always Never.
Acclaimed conductor John Rigby and celebrated director and choreographer Nikki Woollaston have taken time out of their hectic schedules to hold masterclasses and discussion sessions with Edge Hill University students.
A first-year Musical Theatre student at Edge Hill University has spoken of how her scholarship is helping inspire her towards achieving the goal of a career on the West End stage.
Nina Simone; Stealing Sheep; Bob Dylan; the Irish Troubles; comedian Ellie Taylor; a reflection on gender and transitioning…in music and dance; a suffragette-themed punk musical. All these, and more, feature this autumn at The Arts Centre at Edge Hill University. We preview some of this season’s shows.
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Former Edge Hill University student Dr Matt Lawson has proved he knows the score when it comes to movie music with the publication of his first book.
Creative Writing student Lucy Barrett took advantage of a free ticket to Sound City, courtesy of EHU, to get a sneak preview of the UK music scene’s future chart-toppers.
“Liverpool is the centre of the music world,” contends Sociology with Politics student Amos Wynn, who covered the festival for Edge Hill.