You’ll be supported by a personal academic tutor and have access to a senior tutor. The aim of this module is to look beneath the surface – challenging assumptions made about music being therapeutic and exploring how to prove music is effective as therapy. Drawing on the knowledge gleaned in the second year module, the module aims to dev…

Modules in music enterprise and teaching music help build skills needed for your future career. We have a range of portable recording equipment and tools designed for live electronics and technologically mediated live performance. Study music at Newcastle and join a dynamic and pro-active community of music makers who are committed to valuing all music. This community will help you embrace your individual creativity, and develop your critical thinking about music.

All candidates must follow the application procedure as shown inapplying to Oxford. The information below gives specific details for students applying for this course. If a practical component forms part of any of your science A‐levels used to meet your offer, we expect you to pass it.

We can accept a pass in Grade 5 Music Theory or Grade 8 Music practical where Music is not studied as an accepted Level 3 qualification. This applies to all BTEC Music courses and similar including UAL and Rockschool. We recognise Music practical and theory exams from ABRSM, Trinity, Rockschool and LCM.

Such situations provide composers and sound artists with both exci… This is a critically important question for everyone who cares about them, artists and audiences alike. If you’re a student considering a career in the arts you’ll want to know where fresh opport… This module explores important historical and contemporary techniques and approaches to composition to give you a range of ways of thinking about creating, varying, transforming and organising musical materials.

These include skills-based modules like performance and running workshops. We don’t want anyone who has the academic ability to get a place to study here to be held back by their financial circumstances. To meet that aim, Oxford offers one of the most generous financial support packages available for UK/Republic of Ireland students and this may be supplemented by support from your college. The York Music degree is unique in its approach to assessment.

We offer a free professional concert series every Thursday lunchtime during term time, followed by a student performance where you have the chance to perform for, and listen to, your colleagues from all of our degrees. If you are interested in applying to Guildhall, attend an Open Day to find out more about the opportunities available at the School. You’ll get to discuss the training with teaching staff, current students or recent graduates and find out more about life at the School. With a mixture of lectures and individual supervision, Composition Portfolio is the final stage of the undergraduate pathway in concert-music based composition.

Performance modules are often a combination of one-to-one tuition, group workshops and specialist masterclasses. Some modules are based around lectures and seminars, with reading or listening assignments. Full details of the modules on offer will be published through theProgramme Regulations and Specifications ahead of each academic year.