The Music (Conducting) programme offered by Dublin Institute Of Technology aims to facilitate the artistic, intellectual and creative development of students by providing an integrated and structured programme with performance experience in a wide range of solo and ensemble contexts, underpinned by complementary academic, research and professional studies.
The programme aims to provide a postgraduate qualification in performance for:
- applicants who have already completed an undergraduate degree in music with a high level of performance and aspire towards a professional career in performance
- applicants who have professional performing experience and wish to pursue further study in their chosen area
The programme is designed to:
- refine and develop individual performance artistry as a conductor in a wide range of solo and ensemble contexts.
- develop creative skills and professional attitudes to enable engagement and collaboration in the music-making process to meet the demands of the performing profession at the highest levels.
- integrate professional level performance studies with the development of advanced skills in analytical and research skills, critical reflection and communication, with particular emphasis on performance practice.
- provide a programme of study tailored to the needs of the individual student, with supporting specialist modules of professional relevance and career preparation.
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- Performance Studies
- Research Studies
- Discipline Specific Skills
- Employability Skills
- Approaches to Music Analysis: Tonal
- an honours degree (minimum 2.2) in music performance, or
- an honours degree in music (minimum 2.2) with a strong specialism in performance
Applicants should submit:
- CV with details of your performing experience (repertoire and performances) musical training and other relevant experience/education
- Statement of Purpose outlining your aims and objectives for undertaking postgraduate study in music performance
- A recent example of academic writing in music, for example, an academic essay or scholarly programme notes
- Academic Transcripts
- Two references relating to your music experience, preferably one from your most recent teacher and one from an industry professional.
International27000 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 27000 EUR per year during 12 months.
EU/EEA5000 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 5000 EUR per year during 12 months.
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Updated over a year ago
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