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Entrants to the Graduate School will normally hold a first degree or equivalent (or, for some programmes, be of equivalent professional standing). This qualification need not be in music, but all candidates for performance programmes must be able to satisfy the College that they have already achieved an advanced standard of performance in their Principal Study discipline, and have the potential to develop further towards a professional level of attainment.
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Master of Music in Chamber Music
Credits: 180 Credits: 60 Credits Core Principal Study, selected from the four specialisms below; plus 120 credits worth of Options (a minimum of 60 credits to be selected from List B)
As an MMus student, the focus of your studies will be your Core Principal Study, where you will receive generous one-to-one provision, supplemented by a wide range of classes and workshops.
The Option lists include:
- Minor Chamber Music
- Orchestral/Large Ensemble Experience
- Minor Composition Portfolio
- Jazz Studies
- Professional Practice Portfolio
- Professional Placement
- Operatic Excerpts
- Musical Theatre
- Advanced Arranging
- Dalcroze Eurhythmics: Rhythmics
- Dalcroze Eurhythmics: Improvisation
- Preparation for Research I: Materials, Musicology, Performance & Repertoire, Music Psychology
- Preparation for Research II: Techniques, Musicology, Performance & Repertoire, Music Psychology
- Lecture Recital
- Minor Project (30 Credits) or Major Project (60 Credits): Musicology Project, Psychology Project, Pedagogy Project, Creative Project
These options may be subject to change.