Rest is Noise at Southbank explores roots of American music


A line-up of Arts Faculty speakers will be participating in America – A new world discovers its voice at London’s Southbank Centre Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 March

The weekend of music, talks and conversations explores how America became a major world player and the global impact of its culture and particularly music, from classical to blues, jazz and swing.

Taking part will be Arts Faculty academics
Ben Winters, Alan Sennett, Catherine Tackley and Alison Appleby.aturday 23 and Sunday 24 March.

The event is part of The Rest is Noise, a year-long festival revealing the stories behind 20th century music. The festival is partnered by the OU, the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the BBC.

Visit the OU’s Rest is Noise on Open Learn to find out more about the weekend, OU talks, how to book tickets, and ticket offers.

Students currently studying with the OU are eligible for student concessionary rates, where available, when purchasing tickets for The Rest is Noise festival events.

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