“I go on working because composing is less tiring than resting. Moreover I have nothing more to fear. I can tell from my condition that the hour is striking; I am about to breathe my last; I have come to the end of my life before having the full enjoyment of my talent. And yet life has been so beautiful, my career began under such happy auspice. ” – Mozart
Drawing upon research conducted at Cardiff University’s Informal Economy Research Observatory (IERO), this event explores contemporary trends and challenges in the urban informal economies of cities in China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Nigeria and Ethiopia.
The creation of public value is at the heart of all Cardiff Business School activities. However, meaning and measurement are complex, particularly in terms of social value. Join us and help us chart our path for 2018 and beyond to ensure that we work and partner to develop Public Value in ways that help you and your organisation.
Fe’ch gwahoddir yn gynnes i ddigwyddiad lansio dau adnodd newydd gan Dr Iwan Wyn Rees o Ysgol y Gymraeg, Prifysgol Caerdydd, sef ‘Cyflwyno Tafodieithoedd y Gymraeg: Canllawiau i Actorion a Sgriptwyr’ a ‘Cyflwyno Tafodieithoedd Cymraeg y Wladfa’. Crëwyd yr adnoddau hyn gyda chefnogaeth a chyllid y Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol.
You are warmly invited to the launch of two specific resources by Dr Iwan Wyn Rees from the School of Welsh, Cardiff University, namely ‘Cyflwyno Tafodieithoedd y Gymraeg: Canllawiau i Actorion a Sgriptwyr’ [dialect resources for actors and scriptwriters] and ‘Cyflwyno Tafodieithoedd Cymraeg y Wladfa’ [an introduction to the Welsh dialects of Patagonia]. Both of these projects have been funded by the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol.
Join us as we celebrate the genius of Monteverdi and of some of his female contemporaries, juxtaposed with a rediscovery of the excellent compositional craft of Telemann, a composer who was almost entirely self-taught.