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n Soriah – Tuvan Throat Singing, October 25, Firth Hall.

n A concert of Khoomei, an ancient style of singing believed to originate in an area now known as Tuva, in southern Siberia.

n Music from the Isle of Crete, December 6, Firth Hall. Three musicians from the Greek island bring a unique and dynamic sound to the interpretation of Greek traditional music.

Free lunchtime concerts at Firth Hall (1.10pm start).

n Gavin Magenty (baritone), Oct 13; Claire Smallwood (saxophone), Andrew Butterfield (tenor), Oct 27; Victor Hsu (piano), Nov 3; Lucy Revis (cello), Nov 10; George Morton (trumpet), Simon Stewart (tuba), Nov 14; David Bramall (flute), Hannah Lewin (oboe), Nov 24; Alex McKee, Dec 1.

n And don’t forget Music in the Galleries. Each week undergraduate music students will perform from different families of instruments in a different Museum Sheffield gallery space.

All concerts start at 1pm and are free entry.