Passionate about Music and Performance? Send us your composition and you could win £250!
The importance of Music and its impact on wellbeing has been well documented in recent months, particularly through lockdowns. In recordings during this time we have seen that Music has the power to cheer (like Matt Lucas’ ‘Baked Potato Song') and sooth (as heard in Paul Harvey’s ‘Four Notes’ piece) and its effect is different to every individual. We're asking people to submit a creative composition (PDF score or performed video) of no longer than 2 minutes to show how music has helped them during lockdown.
The composer of the winning composition will receive a £250 cash prize and our expert Music course team will provide guidance and feedback to help them improve their musical skills.
Simply fill out the form on this page and we will be in touch with guidance on how to submit your performance for a chance to win!
Be quick, closing date is 7 March 2021!
Why study Music and Musicianship at BGU?
- This undergraduate programme offers each music student a course that develops musical knowledge, understanding, creativity and the rigorous musicianship skills needed to be an effective and employable musician in the twenty-first century.
- You will be encouraged to develop your musicianship in a practical and theoretical way, giving you an excellent preparation for a range of musical careers and a springboard to further study.
- We have exceptional support mechanisms available in order to help you achieve success, both practically and academically.
Music and Musicianship at BGU
What You Will Study in Music and Musicianship?
Through a supportive learning environment, you will be encouraged to develop your musicianship in a holistic way in both practical and theoretical modules as well as applying your skills in the broader musical life of the university and within the community. This engagement with music-making, together with the security of a strengthening theoretical and analytical knowledge of music will equip you to take your place in a wide range of professional contexts. This course is an excellent preparation for a range of musical careers and as a springboard to further study.