Music & Performing Arts

Music & Performing Arts

Music and Performing arts remain an increasingly important issue, whether they spread joy or shine a light on injustice. Music degree is a technical degree, and much of the work includes prescribed music courses and applied music research, typically involving experience in an instrument, voice, or conducting. A degree in Music or Performing Arts will prepare you for work in the arts by helping you develop the skills, knowledge and experience to turn your passion for the arts into a career. You will have the opportunity to enhance your knowledge of the social and cultural past of the arts and the opportunity to learn the latest methods to enhance your practice while you study for a degree in music or performing arts. You will also learn the critical ability to network and collaborate with other performers and artists who may become potential partners and colleagues. Degrees focused on performing arts and music are extremely practical and constantly immerse you in cutting-edge, interdisciplinary practice that prepares you to join the competitive market. A wide variety of specialisms, including acting, dance, voice, physical theatre, music theatre, sound design, and digital video, tend to include performing arts. In general, performing arts degrees are either practice-based, requiring a lot of direct activity from day one, or theoretical, integrating practical training with examination of the subject's context. Graduates in Music and Performing Arts can get job opportunities like: actor, dancer, musical theatre performer, arts administrator, teacher/high education lecturer, screenwriter and others.

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Visual Arts

A Visual Arts degree will lead you as an artist to an exciting career and life. Visual arts are types of art that concentrate on producing pieces of work that, while attempting to express messages of emotion, ideas or details while making use of the visual environment. Visual arts covers three main subfields: fine art, decorative art and contemporary art. Throughout your studies, along with comprehensive studio experience in drawing, print media, photography, time-based media, painting and sculpture, you will be exposed to classroom courses in art history, theory and criticism. In order to explore the artistic message conveyed in visual language, graduates will learn general skills, as well as perform practical or esthetic creations using various basic materials and techniques. Graduates in Visual Arts work as: advertising artist/illustrator, animator, art administrator, art instructor, book designer, cartoonist and many more.
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Music

Music degree is a technical degree, and much of the work includes prescribed music courses and applied music research, typically involving experience in an instrument, voice, or conducting. You can specialize in playing an instrument, conducting, singing or writing about music. Music degree program normally includes a detailed thesis on a topic of interest to you or a professional-level recital as the final stage of your training in music. The critical thinking skills and music theory skills you learn while taking a Music degree will pay off many times over in the course of a musical career. Graduates go for various career options which include: audition for national symphony orchestras, opera singers, music teacher, music director, and others.
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Music History

Music History degrees teach the historical evolution of music and the creation of musical instruments and techniques as a social and intellectual phenomenon. Music History courses include music theory, musical style development, music and gender, and more. Students can learn special skills, including the ability to recognize music elements, recognize the basic characteristics of songs, recognize music from different nations, and recognize resources from different cultures. Students can acquire special skills, including the ability to recognize music elements, recognize songs' fundamental characteristics, recognize music from different nations, and recognize different cultures' tools. Graduates in Music History can develop their career as historians, teachers, librarians, composers, music promoters, and others.
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