Stanley Glasser, Emeritus Professor of Music at Goldsmiths and Honorary Fellow of the College I first met Stanley Glasser – who has died on 5 August, aged 92 – at my interview for a Lectureship in Music at Goldsmiths. Even though some things were conducted less formally in those far-off days, it was still a […]Read more "In Memoriam: Stanley Glasser"
Peter Moorse was a champion of church music. He was a musical mover and shaker. He moved us, he shook us. He took us through a hundred shades of every emotional colour of the rainbow and brought us to a peak of performance practice that few have ever or will ever match. Peter was […]Read more "Peter Moorse Obituary"
It is with great sadness that Department of Theatre and Performance announces the death of Brian Roberts on 25 December 2016. Brian was a former academic colleague who devoted more than 30 years to his work at Goldsmiths, mainly in the Drama Department, but also at times in Education. Over many years his own practice […]Read more "Brian Roberts Passes Away"
Wednesday, 23 November 2016 marked the centenary of one of Goldsmiths’ honorary fellows, Mary Wedd. Mary was a lecturer in the Department of English until her retirement in 1981 having previously been Head of Department at St Gabriel’s College of Education, prior to it merging with Goldsmiths in 1975. Born Mary Carr in November 1916, […]Read more "Honorary fellow Mary Wedd celebrates her centenary"
Beirut by way of Goldsmiths Goldsmiths opened my eyes to the world. And I wanted to do something to change it. Sam Gough is a Communications Officer at INARA and previously at Goldsmiths, University of London. Former staff are members of our alumni community and can keep in touch by updating their details online or joining Goldsmiths […]Read more "Guest Post: Beirut by way of Goldsmiths"