This programme allows students to explore their compositional language and horizons in relationship to contemporary compositional styles and challenges.
Subsidiary courses in Orchestration, Computer Music or Music in the Community, and options in a wide variety of compositional, technical or historical subjects will encourage and help this process.
Four taught or supervised courses are taken over two semesters, making a total of 120 credits. A portfolio of compositions is completed over the remaining time for a further 60 credits. The structure of the program is as follows:
Core courses: the following courses are a requirement of this programme.
|Portfolio of Compositions||60|
Course options should be discussed and agreed with the Programme Director before enrolling on chosen courses. Students should select 40 credits from the following list.
|Real-Time Performance Strategies and Design||20|
|Non Real-Time Systems||20|
|Electroacoustic Composition and Performance||20|
|Negotiated Taught Course||20|
|Music on Screen||20|
Further information on the courses available as part of this program can be found here:
This article was published on Mar 15, 2013