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Posted by Dr Simon Morrison , Senior Lecturer & Programme Leader, Music Journalism
March 27, 2019

Music Journalism at Chester

Dr Simon Morrison, Programme Leader for Music Journalism at Chester, gives an insight into the exciting opportunities you can expect on the course. 

Posted by Robert Palermo , Digital Student Ambassador
March 18, 2019

Chester's Local Music Scene - by Roberto Palermo

Introducing one of our Digital Student Ambassadors, third year English Language student, Roberto Palermo. Roberto talks us through Chester's local music scence, and more specifically, the Rock music scene.

Dr Christopher Lewis at his harpsichord
Posted by Dr Christopher D. Lewis , Lecturer in Music
December 19, 2018

An Expert Explains… Handel's Messiah: A Christmas Tradition

Christmas is associated with so many different kinds of music, but for many, there is one work that towers above all others – Handel’s Mess

Posted by Prof Darren Sproston , Director of School of Arts & Media
December 17, 2018

An Expert Explains... What Makes Christmas Music ‘Christmassy’?

There’s no doubt that music has an enormous impact on what makes the festive season festive. But what are the characteristics which make this music Christmassy?

Posted by Dr Simon Morrison , Senior Lecturer & Programme Leader, Music Journalism
August 15, 2018

Interested in doing a Music Journalism Degree?

There are many reasons to pursue a career in Music Journalism.

Music Performance
Posted by Dr Simon Morrison , Senior Lecturer & Programme Leader, Music Journalism
April 4, 2018

Music Journalism and the University of Chester: The perfect duet!

Chester is a beautiful city.  Originally a Roman settlement, the city has evolved into one of the most attractive tourist spots in the UK, with a bustling shopping area, bars, cafes and a new arts