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 Issue 122, 23 October 2002
Merger talks forge ahead«
Drug could cut heart attacks and strokes by a third«
China and Europe in space pre-nuptials…«
Goldsmiths' Wing reopens«
Faculty of physical sciences inauguration«
Graduate School of Engineering and Physical Sciences«
Facing new challenges«
Silwood safe, and healthy«
Soul boy makes the money market sing«
In Brief«
Media spotlight«
What's on«

What's on

Thursday 24 October 2002
Raphael Wallfisch (cello)
Programme will include works for solo cello by Bach and Walton
Read Theatre Level 5 Sherfield, South Ken
Admission free

Blyth Gallery Exhibition October 2002
(date for opening and private view to be announced) Group show "Seven Plus or Minus One"; recent work by artists featured in the ARTLAB series 1995-2002
Blyth Centre for Music and Visual Arts
Level 5 Sherfield, South Ken
Contact ARTLAB on 020 7594 9364 for further details.

Thursday 31 October 2002
Damian Thantrey (baritone) & Peter Hewitt (piano)
Schumann Dichterliebe
Read Theatre Level 5 Sherfield
Admission free

Thursday 7 November 2002
Tippett Quartet
Ravel String Quartet in F
Read Theatre Level 5 Sherfield
Admission free

Thursday 14 November 2002 17.30
Clore lecture theatre, huxley building,180 queens gate
The 9th Professor Roger W. H. Sargent Lecture, 'Beyond process control'
by Professor Manfred Morari, ETH Zurich.
Tickets from Amanda Cerny, 020 7594 8050.

Thursday 14 November 2002
Imperial College/Royal College of Music Joint Degree students
Read Theatre Level 5 Sherfield
Admission free

Tuesday 19 November 2002
Micallef-Inanga Piano Duo
Schubert Rondo in A major D958;
Mozart Ein Orgel-Stück für eine Uhr K608;
Bizet Jeux d'Enfants; Dvorak Slavonic Dances in Emin & C major

Thursday 21 November 2002
Emperor Quartet
Programme tba

Blyth Gallery Exhibition
Blyth Centre for Music and Visual Arts
Level 5 Sherfield
November 2002
Exhibition of work by Joan Key with musical performance Opening 6 November; Private view 21 November

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