Keele University Music

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Course type: Single Honours, Dual Honours

Duration and mode of study: 3 years, Full time

Location of study: Keele University campus

Subject Area: Music and Music Technology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Music and Music Technology at Keele were recently rated in the top 10 in the UK for overall student satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2014.

Music at Keele offers you exciting pathways through the creation, performance and study of music across a diversity of styles, periods and traditions. Alongside opportunities to perform and compose your own music, you can explore music’s history, aesthetics, theory, analysis, and social impact. You can combine areas to create an individual degree that reflects your own musical interests and passions, and you’ll be able to study components of Keele’s Music Technology programme, where students work on sound design, music production, sonic arts, software development and audio-visuals. Music at Keele is a hub of world-class researchers, composers, performers and musicologists, including specialists in film and TV music, contemporary music, classical music, world music and pop. The musical life on campus is extraordinarily rich. As a Keele music student you’ll have access 24/7 to our purpose-built practice rooms and studios, and also to an extensive music library. You’ll have opportunities to play with orchestras, choirs, ensembles and bands, and to attend amazing concerts, gigs and workshops by world-leading musicians.