Royal Birmingham Conservatoire: Experimental Performance (Master of Music - MMus)
|Institution||Royal Birmingham Conservatoire|
If you want to study experimental performance, with or without a focus on sound, then Royal Birmingham Conservatoire is the ideal place for you to be.
Designed for emerging arts practitioners, our brand new courses in Experimental Performance provide you with a unique opportunity to undertake independent artistic projects in a fully supportive environment.
Available for the first time in September 2019, they enable practitioners from a variety of disciplines (including, but not limited to, instrumental/vocal performance, composition, dance, choreography, theatre, visual and performance art, creative writing) to come together with likeminded people. This course and doesn’t ask you to justify yourself against the background of tradition, but gives you agency. People from every discipline are treated equally with emphasis placed on rigorous conceptual thought and idea-development. By focusing on these non-discipline-specific aspects of performance you will contribute to a collaborative, discursive and interdisciplinary working environment.
The core of your study will be formed by your own artistic ideas, which are developed, through research and dialogue, into professional practical projects.
You will be allocated a mentoring team comprising a personal tutor who has experience in collaborative and conceptual approaches alongside additional specialist support according to your individual needs. Your mentoring team is there to help you realise your ideas into fully developed performances in the best possible way.
Our Experimental Performance courses will equip you with the skills you need to engage successfully with diverse contemporary creative practice. While our PgCert focuses exclusively on Experimental Performance work, complementary modules on the PgDip and MMus are intended to enhance your wider professional development. These will be chosen, in discussion with your personal tutor, from a varied list shared with other postgraduate Principal Study disciplines.
**Please note auditions take place in February and May before the September start of the course each year. Applicants should make sure that their portfolio arrives at least a month prior to their audition. If there is still space on the course we will consider late applications after May.**
1 course option
|Qualification||Master of Music - MMus|
|Level||RQF Level 7|
Honours degree, ideally but not necessarily in Music. Non-UK students should hold a Bachelor's degree or a similar degree-equivalent diploma, ideally but not necessarily in Music MMus Intensive applicants must be at Level 7 standard in their Principal Study Area and be well-suited to the intensive period of study. If you do not have a degree qualification, we may consider your application if you can demonstrate a significant amount of professional experience and achieve a high scoring audition IELTS overall score of a minimum of 6.0 with no sub-test below 5.5
200 Jennens Road
|EU||5270 GBP for Year 1|
|England||5270 GBP for Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||5270 GBP for Year 1|
|Scotland||5270 GBP for Year 1|
|Wales||5270 GBP for Year 1|
|Channel Islands||5270 GBP for Year 1|
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