The Actor Musicianship programme offers distinctive, practical, Drama UK accredited training for actors who have musical skills. It is taught by the same team as the Acting programme, and shares the same core disciplines and approaches to performance. You will be guided by experienced staff, including industry professionals, who will help you to develop the skills of the actor musician though practical classes in movement, voice and approaches to text and character. You will also be developing your existing musical skills for use within a variety of performance contexts. Perhaps most importantly, you will explore how these skills interconnect. Your actor's imagination will be developed to help you create, lead and make music, whilst acting classes will explore the musicality of performance.
Year 1: Skills of the actor musician (voice); skills of the actor musician (movement); skills of the actor musician (approaches to acting); skills of the actor musician (music); contemporary text project; late 19th Century text project. Year 2: advanced akills of the actor musician (music); advanced skills of the actor musician (voice and movement); advanced skills of the actor musician (approaches to acting); the project blocks (triple modules). Year 3: Independent research project; professional preparation; recorded media; classic text; music theatre; new writing.
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- Irish Leaving Certificates CCC
- Tariff 96
- GCE A-level
- Tariff (Scottish qualifications) 96
- GCE AS-level
- International Baccalaureate
- SQA Advanced Higher
- Course specific
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Total Coursework: 29%
Total Practical: 71%