From classical to electronic and popular music, and contemporary to historical work, on a Goldsmiths music degree you'll develop your individual creative and academic strengths.
Why study Music at Goldsmiths?
- There are so many performance opportunities that you can take advantage of, including the Chamber Choir, Contemporary Music Ensemble, Improvisors' Collective, Dzenjuzu Mbira Ensemble, Sinfonietta, and Creative Jazz Ensemble
- You'll get the opportunity to take part in (and be inspired by) PureGold – our annual music festival of eclectic and innovative student work
- Goldsmiths Music graduates include Mercury Prize-winning musician James Blake, Ivor Novello Award-winning composer Errollyn Wallen, Rosie Lowe, Katy B, La Lief, and Another Sky, as well as others playing leading roles in the music and wider creative industries
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I knew Goldsmiths was where I needed to be. I saw the way people's eyes lit up when they said they went there.
Kocoa, BMus Popular Music
Why choose Goldsmiths, University of London?
Goldsmiths was founded in 1891 and has been part of the University of London for nearly 120 years. Alongside this history comes an innovative and creative approach to the subjects you can study, and a commitment to social and environmental justice.
As a Goldsmiths student you'll enjoy a single-site campus in New Cross, South East London. It's in Zone 2 and just 10 minutes by train to Central or East London. So you can access the best of the world's top student city while still enjoying a friendly and supportive student community.
I came to study in London because of the opportunities you get. London is the hub of everything – the music scene here is massive.
Scott, BMus Popular Music