MMus Collaborative Creative Practice

MMus Collaborative Creative Practice

Course Overview

This innovative course brings together creative artists from Music and Drama, both students and staff, to devise new work, responding to a range of stimuli and opportunities. Through classes and projects, musicians will actively engage in cross-disciplinary collaborations, learning how to work together, appreciate each other’s art forms and maximise their intersection in creative activities. Alongside maintaining high levels of principal study work, you will be guided in your creative collaborations by experienced professionals, learning first-hand about the dynamics of creative teams and artistic leadership. The focus is on creating new work, responding to particular situations and opportunities as they arise, with an emphasis on engaging the public with and through your work. This course is the College’s first formal joint teaching programme between Music and Drama.

 

Why study Collaborative Creative Practice at RWCMD?

  • Advanced principal study tuition from professional musicians
  • International masterclass series
  • Fully integrated performance programme by international artists
  • Wide range of performance opportunities in world-class facilities
  • Outward-looking, flexible programme, allowing you to tailor your pathway
  • Option to focus extensively on Principal Study
  • Options to develop expertise in key areas of professional practice through Professional Projects, linked to real-world experiences
  • Cross-disciplinary opportunities to work with Drama embedded in the programme
  • Access to specialist mentors to support Professional Project work and broaden network of contacts
  • Inclusive practice built into the programme
  • Research and reflection underpinning development of creative artistry
  • Drawing on industry and innovation as cornerstones of individual career development
  • Opportunity to create and curate own performance projects
  • Focus on employability and transferable skills

 

Course Structure

Please note that, while the information below reflects the programme offered to date, it may be subject to amendment and change in future years. Students are always consulted on such change and details are made available to applicants holding offers.

In order to progress from year one to year two on a two-year postgraduate course, students normally have to pass all first year modules.

Module Information

Pathway
Year 1
Year 2
1

Principal Study 1 (40)

The Artist in Society (20)

Your Professional Toolkit (20)

Professional Project Small (20)

Professional Project Medium (40)

Principal Study 2 (40)

2

Professional Project Large (60)

3

Professional Project Small (20)

Professional Project Small (20)

Principal Study 3 (60)

4

Professional Project Medium (40

 

Entry Requirements

Entry is by audition and candidates should be able to demonstrate a level of performance ability appropriate for professional training. Minimum entry requirements usually include a 2:1 degree in music or an equivalent qualification. Candidates who have been studying or working in another field will be considered.

 

International Applicants

International applicants whose first language is not English will need to demonstrate that their English language ability meets the College’s minimum requirements. Please refer to our English Language Requirements page for details of accepted English language tests and required scores.

 

Tuition Fees for 2023-2024

Course Duration

Students from the UK, Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands, and Isle of Man

 

Overseas Students

2 years full time

 To be confirmed *

To be confirmed *

* This amount is for the first year only. The tuition fee payable in the second year is subject to an annual increase.

Further information on the funding available towards the cost of tuition fees.