Music and Music Performance
The BMus Bachelor of Music is designed for students who wish to develop a deep understanding of music in the broadest sense whilst honing their specialist skills to professional standards. The degree includes studies in musicianship, harmony, music history and a range of associated skills that provide a well-rounded set of transferable skills such as problem-solving, communication and teamwork.
The BA in Music Performance is a course that focuses on practice and is aimed primarily at students who wish to pursue a professional career in performance.
Students will have access to world leading facilities and concert spaces, including the Sonic Lab which is housed in the world-renowned SARC facility. Teaching is delivered by a team of dedicated staff with a wide ranging expertise covering music performance, improvisation, composition and audio engineering. This ensures that graduates in music are equally employable in graduate jobs as they are in musical careers.
Parents' Evening line-up
Current QUB Music Students –Darci Wilders (BA Music Performance) and Kenneth Afful (Music and Audio Production, and a GB student)
QUB Music Staff - Chris Corrigan (Subject Lead for Music) and Krista Gallagher (Student Recruitment Officer for Music) will be chairing the event and discussion sessions.
Careers after studying BMus and BA Music Performance - 6.45-7.05
Colin Stark, Education liaison for the Ulster Orchestra
Careers after studying BA Music and Audio Production – 7.10 – 7.30
Jonny Woods, Musician, producer and recording engineer
Careers after studying BA Music and Sound Design and BSc Audio Engineering – 7.35 – 7.55.
Chloe Dalzell, Sound effects editor for Yellowmoon Post Production