Renfrew Street Campus
The BMus Woodwind department has an international reputation for developing leading musicians. Our team of dedicated staff includes many of Britain’s finest woodwind players, with world-class reputations as soloists, orchestral, and chamber musicians. The department delivers an intensive and dynamic training programme and provides a supportive and collaborative environment to talented musicians from all over the world. Through our extensive one-to-one specialist care and invaluable performance exposure, the department ensures a challenging and inspiring environment to promote excellence.
Every student receives a 90-minute one-to-one lesson each week on their principal study. Regular tuition is enhanced by visits from distinguished guest artists from across the globe.
As a Woodwind student, you will benefit from a diverse range of performance opportunities. Symphony, chamber and wind orchestra performances, opera productions and wind ensembles are central to your education.
2024 entry requirements:
3 Highers preferably including English and History plus Gaelic or a modern language at National 4 or 5. Applicants are normally of a Grade 8 with Distinction standard of the ABRSM in their principal study.
Applicants should apply by the closing date of 3 October.
Apply via UCAS Conservatoires (300F)