Composition allows students to explore their creative language and horizons in relationship to contemporary compositional styles and challenges. Each students creative work is developed and guided through supervision. ...Read more
Our research programme gives you the opportunity to mix with composers, sound designers, film-makers, technologists, ethnomusicologists, theorists, visual artists and curators.
During your...Read more
This programme offers an opportunity to study with leading composers with internationally regarded expertise and experience in contemporary music composition.
It aims to offer knowledge and expertise...Read more
Music as a creative art form in the 21st century can combine both tradition and innovation, bringing together instruments (some new, some with centuries of history) and the latest in high technology. ...Read more
Composers will produce a portfolio of electroacoustic works and a written commentary. They will be assigned a research panel consisting of their supervisor, a co-supervisor and advisor who will meet with...Read more
The Department of Music has a national reputation for excellence in composition. There are many opportunities for students to have their compositions played and recorded by ensembles and orchestras and...Read more
The Music Department at York has such a wide range of opportunities for composers it was the obvious place to do a PhD. The Chimera Ensemble provides great opportunities to have my music played and to...Read more
PhD research programmes in Cambridge will allow you to explore your own interests in music and performance technology, supported by the expertise of our staff. The interdisciplinary nature of our research...Read more
This DMus Electronic/Electro-acoustic Composition course is an alternative to the traditional PhD for experienced practitioners who wish to show an outstanding and innovative contribution to the subject area. ...Read more
In this course, you will study in excellent facilities and join a vibrant community of faculty and research students. Our expert faculty supervise and support you while you complete a portfolio of original...Read more
The RNCM is firmly established as a leading centre for the advanced study not only of music performance and composition, but also theoretical and applied musicology, music psychology and music education. ...Read more
This PhD course is aimed at performers and composers who already have highly developed skills and focused career aspirations, including those with a well-established career. You will work with an individual...Read more
This PhD course will provide excellent preparation for employment and this will be further enhanced by a range of employability support services offered by the University. Music as a creative art form...Read more
This DMus course is a practice-led doctorate and an alternative to the traditional PhD for experienced practitioners who wish to show an outstanding and innovative contribution a specific area of expertise. ...Read more