September 2019 Clearing course vacancies
“Studying at Plymouth allowed me to gain countless new musical skills and also the knowledge of the very interesting history about different forms and genres of music from all around the globe.”
BA (Hons) Music graduate
BA (Hons) Music subject pathways
Develop and tailor your own interests with five subject pathways to choose from:
Playing a pivotal part in the region’s vibrant music scene
From cutting-edge computer music to spellbinding classical performances, the Arts Institute supports new talent and attracts world-class musicians to Plymouth.
Music students have the opportunity to benefit from the Student Participation in Arts scheme (SPiA), which entitles them to £150 of credit to attend Arts Institute events.
“One of the interpretations of the quantum world is the multiverse interpretation, which sees the world as having multiple versions of itself. This connects quite well with music…our job as artists and musicians is to create parallel worlds.”
Eduardo Reck Miranda
Professor in Computer Music at the University of Plymouth and Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research