You will be taught by a strong team of industry focused lecturers combined with regular masterclasses from professionals that are designed to educate, stimulate, and motivate. We support innovative and curious students who are willing to engage with ideas that will enhance their own creative vision and critical thinking. Occasionally, we’ll make candidates an offer of a place on the basis of their application and qualifications alone. You should have an undergraduate degree of at least upper second class standard in a subject concerned with arts and culture or another relevant/related subject. They arise too when we defend ourselves by saying that all values are relative , and that non-western cultures and subcultures have every right to make a claim on the notions of art and the aesthetic. Writing the dissertation will draw on areas studied throughout the three terms.
All students submit an application and shortlisted candidates will be interviewed. You will be participating in the organisation and therefore representing them so they have to be assured you can communicate well. This continues your specialist 1-to-1 sessions with an instrumental tutor for one hour per week over the academic year , tailoring specific learning to your own needs. You will engage in a practice routine in which you will develop stylistic awareness, creativity, and technique, in order to realise and clearly express musical ideas. This module aims to develop your understanding of the management of music and live events. Particular attention will be paid to skills that will enhance self-employment, entrepreneurship within the industry, and how to approach professional communication and maximise your contact networks successfully.
- Reference will also be made to the role of the European Union in cultural policy development.
- You should have an undergraduate degree of at least upper second class standard in a subject concerned with arts and culture or another relevant/related subject.
- It will look in particular at the situation in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Finland as well as the specific issues facing arts policymakers in Central and Eastern Europe.
The module will provide detailed study of selected manuscript and printed sources, with a guide to their notational systems, palaeographic features, their relation to other copies of the same repertory and their construction as documents . It will also teach methods of reading, investigating and dating documents, of locating them geographically, historically, and institutionally, and of transcribing them in accordance with the conventions of modern editorial methods. The module will necessitate visits to repositories of original sources (e.g. Sotheby’s, British Library, etc.). For historical musicologists this module – along with Sources and Resources – provides an essential foundation for their dissertation work. This module seeks to answer such questions through student performance seminars, analytical discussions of musical works, and lectures that draw on critical writings and recordings to illustrate various approaches to classical performance. Apply to study one of our courses and take the next step towards your future career.
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Throughout your studies, you will have the opportunity to engage directly with industry professionals so that you can learn from their experience. Whether that’s attending a local show or performance, or participating in a guest masterclass, we know that getting that first hand experience is vital. All services are offered in support of both the national curriculum requirement for music and the arts and individual school music and arts programmes.
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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The final option is a practical module providing you with an opportunity to experience a range of the likely musical scenarios you may encounter during the course of a music career. You will undertake practical workshop sessions engaging in simulated ‘real’ tasks and then be provided with an opportunity to evaluate them weekly. Creative Sound & Music at HCA is a vocational course designed for performers, songwriters and producers who wish to graduate with all the creative skills, knowledge and experience needed to have a successful career in the music industry.
Chances to enhance skills alongside industry professionals at events such as cJAM – an innovative career event which attracts employers including Sky, BBC, ITV and high-profile Independent Producers like Nine Lives Media. The event enables students to secure placements with a diverse range of employers. We appreciate that performing arts and music might seem like a difficult industry to break into, but job prospects in this market are on the up.
Operations Director, Riverside Studios
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.
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.