Music Fellow / Lecturer
School of Music
Dr Rhiannon Mathias studied at Surrey University (B. Mus), St. John’s College, Cambridge (M. Phil) and Reading University (PhD). Prior to joining the staff at Bangor, she lecturerd on a wide range of historical musical subjects at the Universities of Surrey, Reading and Bristol, and was also a Edison Fellow at the British Library. Rhiannon is currently a Music Fellow and lectures at the School of Music. She is also a Trustee of the Canolfan Gerdd William Mathias (Music Centre) in Caernarfon, and is the Canolfan’s flute tutor.
Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Music Women and Music Music Analysis Welsh Music Opera
‘Music and Scholasticism: Reflections on Stravinsky and Maritain’, in Maritain Studies / Etudes Maritainiennes, Journal of the Canadian Jacques Maritain Association (Autumn 2001) and in Notes et Documents, Journal of the International Institute, Rome (2002).
‘Women Composers? At Cheltenham?’ Article for the 2014 Cheltenham Music Festival brochure ‘William Mathias’s Piano Concertos: Primus Inter Pares’, Musical Opinion, vol. 135, no.1489 (July 2012).
Maconchy’s Late String Quartets’. Chapter in Christa Brüstle, ed., ‘Passionately intellectual, intellectually passionate’: Elizabeth Maconchy (1907-1994), (Vienna- London-New York: Universal Edition, 2017).