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"
Dr William Herbert Cecil “Liam” Smith 26th of September 1925 to 14th of September 2017 This is an obituary for an extraordinary man based completely in the words of Goldsmiths students who knew Liam Smith as a teacher, as head of Raymont Hall and as an inspirational friend. Ann Arnold and Wendy Sim (Goldsmiths 1962-65) […]Read more "In Memoriam: Dr William Herbert Cecil “Liam” Smith"
Carol Pudwell, who has died aged 82, was a student and lecturer in the Education Department at Goldsmiths for nearly fifty years (1957-2006): a period of radical change. His innovative work with MA students triggered a fruitful collaboration with local senior teachers, keen to explore new ideas. Carol will be remembered as an exceptional teacher. […]Read more "In memoriam and tributes: Carol Pudwell"
The funeral arrangements have been announced for Anthea Gordon, who was the Bursar of Surrey House between 1965 and 1995 and who passed away on 8 October. A service will be held at 2.30pm on Monday 7 November at Hither Green Crematorium, Verdant Lane, London SE6 1TP. The photograph to the right was kindly supplied […]Read more "Tributes and funeral arrangements announced for Anthea Gordon"
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"