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[[Cheryl Frances-Hoad]] was appointed as a composer in residence in the department of [[Psychiatry]], with funding from the [[Leverhulme Trust]].
 
[[Cheryl Frances-Hoad]] was appointed as a composer in residence in the department of [[Psychiatry]], with funding from the [[Leverhulme Trust]].
  
Her host in the department was [[Paul Fletcher]], with a variety of collaborators including [[Alan Blackwell]].
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Her host in the department was [[Paul Fletcher]], with a variety of collaborators including [[Alan Blackwell]]. The resulting piece, "Song without words" (2009) received its premiere at the annual conference of the [[Cambridge Neuroscience Initiative]].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 06:51, 2 September 2011

Cheryl Frances-Hoad was appointed as a composer in residence in the department of Psychiatry, with funding from the Leverhulme Trust.

Her host in the department was Paul Fletcher, with a variety of collaborators including Alan Blackwell. The resulting piece, "Song without words" (2009) received its premiere at the annual conference of the Cambridge Neuroscience Initiative.