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In this course, students will learn about the practicalities of planning and delivering projects in community settings, and the networks and agencies that support community dance provision. Their study will be further contextualised by access to practising artists and their work, facilitating their understanding of how the profession operates and the demands of professional practice in this field.
This is a special course for overseas students who would like to spend their Study Year Abroad at Trinity Laban. They can take the Study Year Abroad as either a Junior Year or Senior Year.
This programme is intended for senior students wishing to focus exclusively on their performance activities during a final period of study before entering the profession. Career opportunities in solo and ensemble performance, composition, arranging and directing, creative projects, Instrumental/vocal teaching, community project work, collaborative mixed media project work.
Create an individually tailored programme to suit your personal and professional interests and support your future career in music. You will be able to build a unique programme selected from components of the BMus (Hons) or MMus degrees &/or the PG Diploma/Artist Diploma programmes.
The course entitles students to select components totalling up to 120 credits. Students may choose to select complimentary or contrasting subject areas; emphasise practical study or sample across a range of practical dance classes, applied study, seminar based academic study and so on.