Performing Arts - BA (Hons)Anglia Ruskin University
£9.250 - (R$35.725)
- Bachelor's degree
- Cambridge (Reino Unido)
O que se aprende nesse curso?
Skills and Training
The BA (Hons) Performing Arts degree draws on the unique strengths of music and drama within Anglia Ruskin University, allowing you the opportunity to explore their connections and the creative potential of both disciplines.
The chance to develop your creative skills in a professional, yet friendly atmosphere is sure to make this a challenging and hugely rewarding experience.
We offer an exciting and stimulating environment for performing arts students. Our outstanding facilities include two dedicated drama centres, complete with a flexible black-box performance space, the Mumford Theatre, a full-size receiving house for professional touring companies, and a purpose-built music centre with lecture and practice rooms, recital hall, and five state-of-the-art computer music studios.
- Approaches to Contemporary Performance
- Major Project
- Performance Skills 1 - Introductions (Recommended)
- Performance Skills 2 - Vocabularies (Recommended)
- Technical Theatre (Recommended)
- Making Performance 1 (Recommended)
- Graduate Skills 1 (Recommended)
- Laptop Musicianship
- Anglia Language Programme
- Performance Skills 3 - Improvisation
- Performance Skills 4 - Composition/Choreography
- Making Performance 2
- Performance Laboratory
- Integrated Studies
- TV Drama Production
- Live Art & Performance
- The Practice of Music Education
- Devising Performance
- Enterprise in the Creative Arts
- Arts Administration
- Art, Music and Performance
- Principles of Music Therapy & Dramatherapy
- Contemporary Texts
- Special Subject
- Arts Administration
Assessment is carried out via a very broad mix of methods including: essays, reports, critical reflections, presentations, studio and public performances, and a Major Project, which may include practical work.
Practice-based research includes exploring a range of rehearsal techniques and strategies for making performance, training workshops, text-based work, devising, the interrogation of techniques in directing, dramaturgy and performance skills, and the use of interdisciplinary techniques and vocabularies.
6 years, part-time.
- Mon 11.00am-5.00pm
- Tues 9.00am-11.00am
Teaching times for guidance only and subject to change.
Career opportunities: Former students currently enjoy highly successful careers as performers, producers, directors, drama teachers and arts administrators, to name but a few. Research shows that the study of the creative and performing arts to an enhanced level provides the ideal training for any position requiring quick thinking, self-reliance, imagination, teamwork and the ability to organise both yourself and others.