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Other things to take care of
- Check your Keele email regularly! All communication from tutors and the office is via e-mail and the KLE. We will email you important information about teaching matters, registration, submissions, etc. You must check your Keele email often. Read more...
- Library: you will need to learn your way around the Library to carry out course work. Read more...
- Keele Concert Society: discount subscription for Music and Music Tech students. Read more...
- Booking Music studios and practice rooms. Read more...
Michelle & Hayley will always answer any questions or put you in touch with someone who can. They are based in the Music/Music Technology Office, located on the ground floor of the Clockhouse building (see map), Room G13 (signposted in the Clockhouse). Office opening times are Monday to Friday 9.00 – 5.00pm. The office is sometimes closed for lunch and meetings which will be posted on the door. The Office can be contacted on 01782 733295 or 733294 and ext. 33295/4 from any internal telephone
Michelle Bird - Programmes Administrator
(email@example.com ) Tel. (01782) 733295
Hayley Harewood - Assistant Administrator (Monday & Tuesday)
(firstname.lastname@example.org ) Tel. (01782) 733294
Cliff Bradbury - Technical Support Manager (Monday & Tuesday)
(email@example.com) Tel. (01782) 733301. Room G5, The Clockhouse.
Cliff provides technical support in the studios and is an expert in Music Technology hardware and software.
Ian Bayliss - Technician
firstname.lastname@example.org Tel (01782) 733299 Room F8, The Clockhouse
Ian is available to answer your technical queries and is available for help and assistance with your recording projects.
Music Programme Director and Music Technology Programme Director:
The Programmes Director is a lecturer or professor who is in charge of the Music and Music Technology courses. Please ask the office or refer to the student handbook to find out who the current Programmes Directors is.
Check you Keele email daily. Important communication from Music / Music Tech is done via your Keele email account only.
We cannot send messages to your private emails (gmail, yahoo, etc).
Pigeonholes for each year group are located in the main corridor leading from the entrance to the Clockhouse Lecture Room. You should check them regularly as important letters and marked work is returned there.
The main Music and Music Tech noticeboard is housed online via the KLE. This virtual noticeboard contains announcements, templates, studio and practice room booking information, and many other useful documents. You should refer to it often.
Library -There will be conducted tours of the Music section of the University Library during welcome week. Attendance is considered compulsory; since it give you information vital to all of your music and music technology study at Keele.
The Keele Concerts programme will run between October and March. Keele Concerts Society has an enviable reputation for its high quality events staged throughout the year. The concert series presents well-established annual programme of fourteen chamber, early music, jazz and world music concerts, with highly regarded performers and young musicians. Keele Concerts also develops and delivers a range of interactive and educational music workshops with local schools and students at the University.
The Concerts Society is pleased to announce a new partnership with the New Vic Theatre. The partnership between the New Vic and Keele Concerts Society will continue to present world-class performers both at Keele University and at the theatre-in-the-round, and will promote a mixed programme of internationally acclaimed chamber music. Members of the Keele Concerts series will receive discounted tickets to the additional concerts at the New Vic Theatre.
Keele Concerts Society – Student Card
Keele University Music and Music Technology undergraduate and postgraduate students are able to receive a FREE student card for all 14 Wednesday evening KCS concerts. This card enables you to receive a 75% reduction on the full ticket price meaning you will gain entry for £3.50. Please note that this card can only be used for Keele Concerts Society events.
Half-price student ticket offer
All students may purchase half-priced tickets (with a Students Union card), this will also enable you to enter a second concert for free (when presenting retained ticket).
Half-price tickets are £7.
Keele Concerts Society – Student Membership
Become a Keele Concerts Member and receive the following benefits:
- Entrance to all 14 Wednesday evening concerts
- A saving of a whopping £100 (based on the usual student ticket being £7)
- Early announcement of each season’s concerts
- Attend and vote at the Concerts Society AGM
- Opportunity to contribute towards and participate in the work of the Society
- £1 off all additional full-priced tickets.
Student Membership - £25.
Practice rooms in the Clockhouse may be booked using the web room booking system on the KLE. Practice rooms and studios have 24 hour access; outside of business hours access is by key fob. Key fobs are issued by the Music and Music Technology office upon receipt of a small refundable deposit. Please see the office staff for more details. Music Technology Studios may be booked using the web room booking system as well. All studio users must abide by the Music Technology Studio Code of Practice published on the Music and Music Technology web pages.
Amplified music and intensive percussion playing are not permitted in the Clockhouse or at Lindsay, except by special arrangement.
Please ensure that you turn up promptly for all room bookings. If you do not turn up within 10 minutes of your booking you will then forfeit your right to the booking. Please cancel any bookings you do not intend to keep to allow access to others.
The Chapel is available for booking through the Chaplaincy Assistant. The Organ and Steinway Grand Piano in the Chapel may be used only after permission has been obtained from the Director of Performance; and are only available to those who will be giving (or accompanying) a Recital. Permission to use the Chamber Organ must be sought from a member of the Music staff.