Art Support Wellbeing

Creative Manchester presents Music on Campus

Want to take a break from your work? Need to stretch your legs during a long stint in the Library?

Come along on 26 and 27 March to listen to some free musical performances from our University students and members of the Manchester University Music Society (MUMS)!

Listening to music reduces stress and can have a relaxing effect on our mind and bodies. Why not take some time to prioritise your wellbeing and drop by and listen to some live music?

Stop by for 10 minutes – or the full 2 hours – and enjoy the talents of our musicians and an opportunity to have a short break from your hectic day. 

Tuesday 26 March (12pm-2pm)

Bridgeford Street (near to the Levenshulme Food Market)

12pmBee Flat QuartetPlaying jazz and pop music
12:45pmThe Renaissance ConsortSinging Renaissance pieces
1:30pmKlezmerPlaying Klezmer music

To add to your calendar, click here.

Wednesday 27 March (12pm-2pm)

Main Quad (between the Alan Gilbert Learning Commons and the Library)

12pmKatie and JohnnyPlaying jazz standards
12:45pmCamerata PlayersPlaying Sibelius, Grieg and Elgar
1:30pmSing It!Singing a cappella pop music, fun canons, folk songs and African music

To add to your calendar, click here.

In the event of bad weather the musicians will perform in the Drum of University Place.

Taking a break from your work is really important for your wellbeing. Take a look at the Six Ways to Wellbeing website to see how else you can improve your wellbeing during your studies.

Whilst taking a break might seem like wasted time away from your work, it’ll actually really help your productivity. Don’t forget – there’s plenty of help available; whether it’s managing everything you have to do, getting motivated or writing more productively.

For more help, check out the Student Support website.

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