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MA in Choral Studies School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music

The first of its kind in Ireland, this programme gives students an opportunity to engage with the interpretation of choral repertoire from historical and contemporary contexts, and to create and perform new music under expert guidance. The programme focuses on four key areas: — Choral Conducting and Choir Leadership — Composing for Choirs — Historical Approaches to Choral Music — Cultural Policy and the Arts Sector Students take six taught modules over two years and complete a minor thesis in Choral Studies or a portfolio of compositions. Lectures take place on Monday evenings, and on one Saturday per semester.

For further information, please contact: Dr Róisín Blunnie, roisin.blunnie@dcu.ie 01 700 7015 To apply, please visit: www.pac.ie PAC code: DC664

Profile for Cork International Choral Festival

2019 Programme - Cork International Choral Festival  

We are so excited to announce the Programme of the 65th Cork International Choral Festival! Founded in 1954 to be a dynamic force in develop...

2019 Programme - Cork International Choral Festival  

We are so excited to announce the Programme of the 65th Cork International Choral Festival! Founded in 1954 to be a dynamic force in develop...

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