Monthly Archives: October 2013

Calling all composers

For those that have never read this series of blogs before I am researching what it is to be a composer in the 21st Century.  For those that have visited before I hope that this has become clear during the … Continue reading

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Experiences of studying for a part-time PhD

Research, originality and new knowledge is what each PhD student is striving for.  Juggling these concepts with a full-time job and life – family, holidays, relaxation, hobbies, exercise… can be difficult and sometimes impossible.  Today’s blog looks at some experiences, … Continue reading

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What works for me

may not always be right for someone else.  The theory is often the same but when it is put into practice there are many ways of achieving similar results using different methods or products.  How do you choose the most … Continue reading

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It’s not about me…

a sentiment that is becoming lost in a world that celebrates the superficial, the new fad and the mediocre.  A world that promotes celebrities that have achieved very little but have the look of the moment and only a snapshot … Continue reading

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