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20 June 2016 - Ligeti Quartet is named first resident ensemble at Homerton

Photo: Ligeti Quartet. From L-R: Mandira de Saram (violin), Richard Jones (viola), Patrick Dawkins (violin), and Val Welbanks (‘cello). Photo credit: Mike Massaro
Photo credit: Mike Massaro The Ligeti Quartet has been named as the first holder of the Cambridge Chamber Music Residency, funded jointly by the Radcliffe Trust and Homerton College, and organised jointly between the College and the Faculty of Music. At Homerton, the Quartet will hold the Maxwell Davies Residency - is named in honour of the late Sir...

14 June 2016 - First Renfrew Fellow in Archaeology elected

Photo: Dr Thomas Leppard
Dr Thomas Leppard has been elected to Homerton’s first Renfrew Fellowship, a post-doctoral research position appointed jointly with the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. He will take up the position in October 2016. The Fellowship is named after Professor Lord Renfrew of Kaimsthorn, founding Director of the McDonald Institute and former...

06 June 2016 - EU Referendum Debate

four Photos: Clockwise from top-left: David Campbell Bannerman MEP, Lord Richard Balfe, Dr Julian Huppert, and Stewart Jackson MP
With just a day left in which to register to vote in the biggest decision to face the country in decades, we look back on the Homerton Union of Students’ recent debate on Brexit. JCR President Ruth Taylor invited David Campbell Bannerman MEP and Stewart Jackson MP to speak in favour of Brexit, with Dr Julian Huppert and Lord Balfe arguing for membership...

27 April 2016 - Inaugural Composition Competition

Photo: sheet music of "of long ago"
Josh Pacey, a third year undergraduate at Clare College, has won Homerton’s inaugural composition competition with his piece Of Long Ago. The competition was open to all students at the University of Cambridge, and the College’s own Coleman Chan’s entry was highly commended by the judging panel. Homerton’s Director of music, and convenor of the...

21 March 2016 - International Women's Day 2016

Photo: From left to right: Dr Philippa Lei, Professor Geoff Ward (Principal, Homerton College), Olivia Burns (HUS JCR Women’s Officer), and Ann Cotton OBE.
International Women’s Day was celebrated in style this year, with an evening of performances celebrating arts-based research, and a student-run seminar on girls’ education in the developing world, with stellar guest speakers. On 8 March, JCR Women’s Officer Olivia Burns hosted a ‘feminar’ with presentations by Ann Cotton OBE and Dr Philippa Lei.  ...