Academic and Supporting Studies: Introduction
Academic Studies are essential to every BMus student’s creative development. A comprehensive range of topical courses is offered across the disciplines of Historical Musicology, Analysis, Performance Practice and Composition, as well as Aural Training, Keyboard Skills, Technology, and Conducting (Academic Studies) courses which are designed to reinforce students’ critical awareness as performers and/or composers.
For further details on our academic programmes of study, please see BMus Programmes.
Academy’s ‘significant work’ towards diversity in classical music is celebrated in keynote speech
Advice for everyone auditioning for studies in 2017
Piano recital with Adrian Brendle and Anna Geniushene
Free tour of all three galleries in the Museum
Hodgson Fellow Małgorzata Garstka presents a concert of twentieth-century English works
Alim Beisembayev and Isata Kanneh-Mason give a piano recital
Visiting Professor of Accordion, Friedrich Lips, gives a lecture on Russian bayan repertoire after
A concert of Prokofiev and Sofia Gubaidulina
Rachmaninov and Schnittke
Works for violin and piano by Brahms and Clara Schumann
The Harp Department collaborates with string and woodwind students