Music and Performance
Music may be a hobby of yours that is fuelled by passion. If this is you, then you are already a strong candidate for a degree in the subject area. Beyond performing and listening, people involved in music may well find themselves teaching, composing, arranging, recording, reviewing, administrating, marketing and archiving.
Why study Music and Performance courses?
Whether you’re interested in performing, composing or studying the theory of music, this subject area gives you the chance to explore your musical passions and become a creative artist.
What jobs can you get as a Music and Performance graduate?
Due to the wide range of skills attained, Music graduates find success in a huge array of professions, both music-related and non-music related.
- Acting and Performance
- Digital Music
- Music Management
- Music Promotion
- Musical Theatre
- Popular Music Journalism
- Popular Music Performance
- Popular Music Performance and Production
- Popular Music Production