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College Road, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DG, Wales, UK
Bachelor of Arts (Hons). Three years. Music studies include performance, music history, composition, theory. Bachelor of Music (Hons). Three years. Studies include performance (classical, early music, traditional instruments), composition, theory, musicology, ethnomusicology, sonic art.
Master of Arts in Music. In composition, music education. Master of Music. In performance, composition, music history, ethnomusicology, music education. Master of Philosophy. Doctor of Philosophy.
Post-graduate Certificate/Diploma in Music.
The University of Wales in Bangor can trace its history back to 1885. The activities of the School of Music cover the areas of performance, composition, technology, media and popular culture, and history, culture and society. Facilities include four state-of-the-art electronic composition studios, two concert halls and two rehearsal rooms. There is an archive of Welsh traditional music (recordings, films, videos, photographs and slides), some early instruments and the Crossley-Holland Collection of world instruments. There is a department of extra-mural studies offering short courses for interested adults, including chamber music and harp courses. The Department has close links with the Welsh Arts Council and the BBC. Some courses are taught in Welsh.