OPPORTUNITY: Funded Studentship in Electroacoustic Composition


Subject: OPPORTUNITY: Funded Studentship in Electroacoustic Composition
From: Andrew Lewis (a.p.lewis@bangor.ac.uk)
Date: Fri Mar 05 1999 - 07:26:01 EST


Forgive the plug, but we are looking for an outstanding composer to take
up our PhD studentship in electroacoustic composition from September
1999. There are also funded places for music technology and other
funding that is open to any area (including electroacoustic
composition), so I am forwarding the entire notice below.

Please reply to Dr Harper in the first instance, as I am currently on
study leave, though all enquiries will subsequently be passed on to me.

The main criterion for eligibility is that you have composed a good
piece or two.

For info on the department check out http://www.bangor.ac.uk/music (Yes
I know there are some broken links, but life is short!)

(BTW You don't have to speak Welsh! - only about 10-15% of students do -
but you do have to speak fluent Electroacoustic.)

Finally, please pass on to interested people and relevant lists. Thanks!

Andrew
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Andrew Lewis Work: +44 1248 382188
Music Department Home: +44 1248 362308
University of Wales Bangor, UK Fax: +44 1248 370297

http://www.bangor.ac.uk/music/AndyHome.html

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From: Sally Harper <s.harper@bangor.ac.uk>

Prifysgol Cymru Bangor . University of Wales, Bangor
Adran Cerddoriaeth . Department of Music

Funded Scholarships and Studentships 1999

The Department of Music is offering a series of awards to UK, EU and
overseas students embarking on research and taught masters' degrees in
1999. All award-holders are selected by competition, and some awards may
be held either full-time or part-time.

The Drapers' Company Music Scholarships

One or more Drapers' Scholarships will be awarded in 1999 to students
undertaking research in any suitable area of musicology, including
composition. Awards cover fees at EU rates and maintenance equivalent to
the British Academy grant. Drapers' awards are tenable for one year in the
first instance, with possibility of renewal for two further years.

University of Wales Bangor Research Studentship in Electroacoustic Music

Applicants working in the field of electroacoustic composition are sought
for this University studentship, which will cover tuition fees and the
standard maintenance allowance, with a small sum towards conference
attendance or fieldwork costs. The award is tenable for one year in the
first instance, with possibility of renewal for two further years.

Departmental Postgraduate Bursaries

The Department is also offering up to two general Postgraduate Bursaries,
to cover UK/EU fees only. Bursaries are available to any postgraduate
student in Music. Part-time candidates, including those who wish to return
to postgraduate study after a period in full- time employment, are
particularly encouraged to apply.

Learning City Studentships in Music Technology

Learning City Studentships covering full-time fees and maintenance may be
available to students commencing the MA or Diploma in Music Technology for
Creative Music, Film, Media and the Arts in October 1999. Funding will be
confirmed in the late spring.

Enquiries and Applications

The closing date for applications is 1 June 1999, but you are encouraged
to apply as early as possible. General enquiries may be made by e-mail to
s.harper@bangor.ac.uk, or to Dr Sally Harper, Senior Postgraduate Tutor,
Department of Music, University of Wales, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DG.
(E-mail: mus010@bangor.ac.uk; Tel: +44 (0)1248 382181; Fax: +44 (0)1248
370297). Our website also offers further information and contains
profiles of individual members of staff
(http://www.bangor.ac.uk/music/).

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Prifysgol Cymru Bangor . University of Wales, Bangor
Adran Cerddoriaeth . Department of Music

The Music Department at Bangor, led by Professor Robert Pascall, offers a
wide range of opportunities for postgraduate study. The combination of a
traditional University setting, an innovative, forward-thinking
Department, and the inspiring beauty of Snowdonia and the Anglesey
coastline make it an ideal place to pursue postgraduate studies at every
level.

Postgraduate Opportunities

The Music Department at Bangor has a strong and vigorous research culture,
based on a mix of individual and collaborative activities. It claims
international excellence in most of its sub-areas of activity, and
world-leadership in several. There are currently around 25 postgraduate
students reading for the degrees of MA, MMus, MPhil and PhD, all of whom
are supported by a specialist supervisor. There is a weekly term-time
postgraduate seminar involving students, staff and guest speakers, and all
postgraduates have access to departmental computing facilities and a
well-stocked departmental library (which houses the Archive of Traditional
Welsh Music and the Crossley-Holland collection of early European
instruments). Bangor is among the leading UK universities for music
technology teaching and research, and its four studios cater for a range
of activities, from electroacoustic composition to commercial music
production. The Electroacoustic Music Studios (directed by Dr Andrew
Lewis) have an international reputation as a centre for composition,
producing a number of award-winning works.

Postgraduate Degrees

In addition to the research degrees of PhD and MPhil, the Department
offers taught Master's Degrees and University Diplomas. These are designed
as coherent, self- contained courses of study, as well as serving as an
excellent grounding for research or further study. The modular structure
of our taught postgraduate degrees offers students the flexibility they
need to shape a course of study ideally suited to their needs, building on
their existing strengths and interests, but also exploring new areas and
developing a new focus.

Current Staff Specialisms

Historical Musicology Composition
Editorial Musicology Electroacoustic Composition
Analysis (theory and practice) Performance
Music bibliography Music for Film, the Media and Related
Arts
Celtic Traditional Music Music and the Christian Church
Music in Wales
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       Dr Sally Harper Dr Sally Harper
       Adran Cerddoriaeth Department of Music
       Prifysgol Cymru University of Wales
       Bangor Bangor
       Gwynedd Gwynedd
       LL57 2DG LL57 2DG
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       E-mail: s.harper@bangor.ac.uk
       Voice: (+44) 1248 382126 (direct line)
       Voice: (+44) 1248 382181 (dept office)
       Fax: (+44) 1248 370297
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