In 2010 the Section of Music moved into the newly refurbished Carroll Building on the DkIT Campus.
Section of Music
In 2010 the Section of Music moved into the newly refurbished Carroll Building on the DkIT Campus. This €38 million state-of-the-art music and multimedia creative centre includes dedicated facilities for students in the section. Students in the section now avail of new, purpose-built performance spaces and practice rooms and fully equipped labs and recording studios. The building also houses a recital room, dance movement room, radio studio, a TV studio, a screening room, an Avid teaching lab and numerous editing and animation suites. Also in the building, students have access to new Mac Pro and iMac labs with a wide range of professional multimedia, audio and editing software. Students have convenient access within the building to all cameras, scanners, and portable recording equipment they require and a range of musical instruments including harpsichord, concert harp, traditional harp, viols and classical guitars.
Undergraduate and postgraduate programmes on offer in the Section of Music.
DkIT provides a state-of-the-art teaching, learning and research environment dedicated to musical learning.
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
In January 2013 Irish Youth Opera was appointed Opera Company in Residence at Dundalk Institute of Technology.
Research has been a key feature of the Department since its foundation and underpins the academic work of the Department.
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 Department of Music & Creative Media 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