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Music (Piano Accompaniment)

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Venues

Renfrew Street Campus

Content

Piano Accompaniment is a varied and challenging postgraduate programme, led by lecturer and piano accompanist, Scott Mitchell, alongside a team of highly experienced professional accompanists and chamber musicians. You will engage in a wide range of collaborative opportunities to prepare you for this demanding profession working with students and lecturers from all departments at RCS.

Developing core accompaniment skills form the foundation of the programme. In addition to the extensive development of standard accompaniment repertoire, additional supporting skills are also cultivated in weekly group classes including; sight-reading, orchestral reductions, transposition, figured bass, choral accompaniment, vocal and instrumental coaching and languages.

MMus Accompanists also enjoy extensive performing opportunities, whether in concerts, competitions or accompanying students. The programme provides a wide range of choice for assessment, including studio recordings, commissions of new collaborative works, independent projects and full-length recitals.

Students who have graduated in this course have gone on to have professional careers as accompanists and work for a wide range of institutions and organisations throughout the world. Graduates also work in the fields of music education, arts management and administration, and music in the community, where an MMus degree is highly valued.

You can exit after gaining 120 credits with a PgDip.

You can exit at the end of 1 year with an MA.

Entry Requirements

Normally a good Honours (at least 2.2) degree, or its overseas equivalent, in a subject area relevant to the demands of the programme.

Start Date

September

Qualification

Postgraduate Master's

Award

MMus

Study Method

Full time

UCAS Code

Apply via UCAS Conservatoire (890F, 801F, 893F, 831F, 803F, 802F)

Course Length

1 - 2 years

Department

Music

SCQF Level

11

Website

www.rcs.ac.uk

Career Area

Performing Arts