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Music (Traditional Music)

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Venues

Renfrew Street Campus

Content

This degree nurtures your existing artistic personality. Postgraduate study focuses on your individual principal study tuition, with further departmental studies that emphasise professional and artistic skills, a knowledge of the contextual and historical foundations to Scottish traditional music today.

You begin your postgraduate studies with the core of your musical personality – the skills, understandings and attitudes that define you as a traditional musician or piper – already established; your postgraduate studies should nurture that existing artistic personality so that you can really make a difference in the fields in which you choose to work.

The programme offers advanced training to talented traditional musicians from a diverse range of undergraduate degrees or their equivalent, allowing you to refine and extend your musicianship in the context of your own aspirations.

You can exit after gaining 120 credits with a PgDip.

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 (MMus - 806F, MA - 805F)

Course Length

1 - 2 years

Department

Music

SCQF Level

11

Website

www.rcs.ac.uk

Career Area

Performing Arts