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This is a practical module that will focus on deconstruction, analysis and application of music theory with more specific focus on musical structure. Workshop sessions will enable you to apply theory, experiment with ideas, and to create improvisations and/or compositions. You will develop your practical technique and your ability to express musical ideas in practice. In the second part through undertaking a placement with an appropriate arts organisation students will be able to observe, account for and analyse contemporary management practice. Placements will take into account the particular specialised interests of students. Students will prepare a placement report that concentrates on evaluating the appropriateness of management policies and practice in relation to the organisation’s stated mission.

We offer an exciting range of Performing Arts and Music courses which have creative, vocational and hands-on practice-based activities at their centre. Our tutors are knowledgeable, experienced in their fields and are also active practitioners. Choosing a career path when you’ve only just left school can seem like a daunting prospect, but our Careers Advice Team are on hand to offer you the best impartial careers guidance going. Saturday Music Centre and other local ensemble opportunities for all pupils learning instruments in schools. You will initially engage with the fundamentals of notation and the various elements of music to develop your musical vocabulary.

What Does Arts Award Offer Music Educators?

Severn Arts’ Young Voices New Visions exhibition is returning to Worcester Cathedral on Sunday 22 May. This year the artwork presented is responding to and celebrating the theme ‘life’. Introduce your whole class to the joy of playing an instrument with our one-year, First Access Music Education , introductory programme. If you’re applying for funding, you may be subject to an earlier application deadline.

  • Throughout your studies, you will have the opportunity to engage directly with industry professionals so that you can learn from their experience.
  • We support innovative and curious students who are willing to engage with ideas that will enhance their own creative vision and critical thinking.
  • We encourage you to complete your application as early as possible, even if you haven’t finished your current programme of study.
  • A music pathway has been added to the MA Arts Administration and Cultural Policy, which is run by the Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurshipat Goldsmiths.
  • As well as studying producing companies, this also includes consideration of creative agencies.

Its aim is to say things so clearly that we can tell when we are talking nonsense, and it does this by analysing ideas systematically in relation to the writings of important figures in the field (see the bibliography on learn.gold). The first concentrates on orchestration and contemporary developments in instrumental techniques, and the second considers the nature of material in relation to the articulation of formal structures. It is advisable that you have studied a degree in Music, and covered some music theory prior to studying these modules. This module considers the ethical and operational issues involved with fundraising, taking you through both fundraising processes and the development of strategy, from research, approach and delivery to monitoring and evaluation.

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Much of the module will be devoted specifically to the Soviet period, to the ‘socialist realism’ rules in creative arts. Special lectures/seminars will be devoted to Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Schnittke and post-Soviet composers, in relation to the ‘official’ propaganda in Soviet Union, Stalin decrees and the official line of the Communist Party cultural ‘programme’. Particular attention will be given to the current issues, and the development of Russian music after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Students will be given the opportunity to work at Goldsmiths’ unique archives – Prokofiev, Schnittke archives, Stravinsky Collection, and the special collection of post-Soviet scores and documents. All students will write a Dissertation on an aspect of Arts Administration and Cultural Policy.

This module delivers the expertise to do both, and illuminates the processes, both historical and contemporary, through which scores are prepared. Students are trained to work with scholarly resources and all manner of music sources, from manuscripts to digitized autographs to early recordings. Skills are absorbed in lectures and workshops that explore different editorial methods, and the rationales and biases that undergird them.

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Many students from this programme now have careers in major arts organisations worldwide or have progressed to MPhil/PhD degrees. Interning at Stagetext as Digital Research Intern also formed my worldview on the importance of accessibility in the arts and also gave me real experience working in an enterprising arts organization. By being in London, the epicentre of arts and culture, I managed to develop contacts with many influential figures in the world of arts, compared to when I was in Indonesia. Normally work placements relate to particular projects within an organisation therefore the most appropriate level of attendance can be negotiated with the organisation on a case-by-case basis with tutorial support.

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