The vision of the Section of Music is to develop world class creative practitioners in all aspects of music.
The Section of Music is successfully leading innovative music education and research in a diverse range of genres and technologies. Developing both practical and theoretical approaches that places music at the heart of social, cultural, technological and community development, our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes are enhanced by state-of-the-art facilities that help prepare graduates for employment in a global marketplace.
Through the use of research-informed teaching and pedagogy our graduates are:
And key areas of study include classical music, jazz, musical theatre, popular music, traditional music, sound engineering and production, composition, computer music, performance, ethnomusicology, musicology and education.
The section of Music is totally committed to:
“We are cultural ambassadors for music advancing our reputation on the international stage.”
Undergraduate and postgraduate programmes on offer in the Section of Music.
Audio files for listening and download.
Ceol Oirghialla has established a reputation for ensemble music-making and the department have a number of ensembles which enrich the musical life
Research has been a key feature of the Music's activities since its foundation and underpins our academic work.
If you are interested in applying for one of our many degree programmes you will find all the information you need by following the relevant links
A list of useful links for music students
Documents released by Section of Music for music staff and students
Lecturing staff in the Section of Music each have specialist skills in the areas of musicology, performance, ethnomusicology, music technology, au