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Reporter
 Issue 125, 15 January 2003
Contents
The future starts here«
Knighthood for head of surgery«
Proud Ravinder knighted«
Sparks across the park«
Taking LEAD with seven point plan«
Advanced Civil Engineering Education Initiative«
Britain's earliest TB victim«
Professor Peter Hills«
Academic training courses«
Optimising performance«
Shining a new light on the eye«
Imperial College Volunteer Centre«
New look gym at Wye«
In brief«
Media spotlight«
What's onů«

What's onů

Lunchtime concerts
Thursday 16 January 13.00-13.45
London Mozart Trio
Tchaikovsky Piano Trio in A minor
Read Theatre Level 5 Sherfield
Admission free

Thursday 23 January 13.00-13.45
Maggini Quartet
Beethoven Quartet in A minor Op.132
Read Theatre Level 5 Sherfield
Admission free

Thursday 30 January 13.00-13.45
Belcea Quartet
Webern 5 Pieces for String Quartet
Mozart String Quartet in C K387
Read Theatre Level 5 Sherfield
Admission free

Thursday 6 February 13.00-13.45
Michael Poyser (tuba)
Programme will include Gregson Alarum; Horovitz Allegro from Tuba Concerto; John Williams Concerto for Tuba
Read Theatre Level 5 Sherfield
Admission free

Thursday 13 February 13.00-13.45
Andrew Zolinsky & Alvin Moisey (piano duet)
Schubert Allegro in A minor, Grand Rondo in A; Fantasia


Arts Tuesdays
Tuesday 28 January 18.15
Brenda Maddox will speak on her book Rosalind Franklin: The Dark Lady of DNA
Read Theatre Level 5 Sherfield
Admission free

Tuesday 18 February 20.00
London Capriccio Ensemble
Strauss Sextet from Capriccio
Schubert String Quintet in C D956
Great Hall Level 2 Sherfield
This concert is being held in aid of the Julia Polak Tissue Engineering Trust

Blyth Gallery Exhibition
Blyth Centre for Music & Visual Arts
Level 5 Sherfield
February (date for opening & private view to be announced)
Margarita Gluzberg recent work.

 
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