As one of the leading centres for the study of music in Britain Durham's Music Department have an international reputation for the quality of their teaching. The department attracts talented and highly motivated students from all over the UK and abroad, who make up a friendly and vibrant undergraduate community. Students engage in a wide variety of practical music making both in their degree course and outside, in ensembles ranging from orchestras, chamber groups and choirs to a Javanese gamelan and Korean percussion group. Music at Durham covers everything from the music of the great composers to contemporary music and Indian ragas, studied from the perspectives of history, theory, aesthetics and ethnography as well as through composition and performance.
02 August 2020 - 07 August 2020
15 PROGRAMME PLACES
A levels, or equivalent, must include Music for this subject or if not taking Music, have or will have ABRSM Grader VIII Theory on top of three A levels.