University alumni and staff appear in BBC Radio programme

On Saturday 16 January, a selection of new music, featuring artists and composers based in Manchester, was played on BBC Radio’s New Music Show, introduced by radio presenter, Tom Service.

The programme featured exciting new music from staff and alumni from The University of Manchester. This included Distractfold, co-founded by Mauricio Pauly and Sam Salem, both alumnus from the University’s Music Department, and individual pieces by alumna, Kelly Jayne Jones.

Ricardo Climent, Professor of Interact Music Composition at The University of Manchester also featured on the programme, as well as Psappha, a contemporary ensemble in residence at the University.

You can listen again to the programme here.

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