Why study Music at Goldsmiths?
Studying us will maximise your creative and academic potential, preparing you for the professional world. You'll be part of one of the largest postgraduate music communities in the UK, and will have the opportunity to work with performing and industry professionals, and visiting ensembles.
We uniquely offer teaching in classical and popular music, composition, musicology, sonic arts and ethnomusicology, letting you combine modules from these areas.
- You can participate in a host of performance opportunities, including the Goldsmiths Sinfonia, Chamber Choir, Composers’ Forum, Contemporary Music Ensemble, lunchtime and evening recitals,
and live events at the Students’ Union.
- You will have access to our commercial-standard recording studio and the Stanley Glasser Electronic Music Studio, which facilitates innovation in composition, production, installation and performance
- Music at Goldsmiths has been ranked 12th in the UK for the quality of our research in the Research Excellence Framework.
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