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.
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This concert charts a journey from Beethoven’s earliest work for piano and violin
CAVATINA Chamber Music Fellows the Behn Quartet perform Janáček’s Second String Quartet alongside a new piece by Manson Fellow Joseph Howard.
The Tagus Quartet perform Schubert with cellist Benjamin Hughes