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Undergraduate


Programme BMus


‘The performances were exceptional’ The Times, May 2010


‘Truly impressive facilities for performance and rehearsal’ The Guardian University Guide 2012


Head of Undergraduate Programmes: To be appointed


BMus Tutors


Christopher Atkinson MA, PhD, PPRNCM, Hon ARAM


Timothy Bowers BMus, DPhil, FRAM, ARCM Martin Outram MA, FRAM


Robert Sholl BMus, MMus, PhD, FRCO (Chm), ARCM, Grad Dip (St-Maur)


Above: Menahem Pressler gives a masterclass


Academic and Supporting Studies Dominic Alldis Hon ARAM Christopher Atkinson MA, PhD, PPRNCM, Hon ARAM Harry Blake BA, MMus Timothy Bowers BMus, DPhil, FRAM, ARCM Paul Brough MA, ARAM Ruth Byrchmore BMus, MMus, ARAM Sarah Callis BA, PhD, Hon ARAM


Roderick Chadwick MA, MMus, LRAM, ARAM (Head of Supporting Studies)


Costas Fotopoulos BMus, MMus Hannah French BMus, MMus, LRAM, ARAM David Gorton BA, MMus, PhD, ARAM


Paul Harris FRAM, ARAM, GRSM, LRAM, ARCM, MTC (Lond), HonTCL


Neil Heyde BMus, MMus, PhD, Hon ARAM Alexander Hills BMus, MMus, PGDip, DMA


Raymond Holden PhD (Associate Head of Research (Collections))


Colin Huehns MA, PhD, ARAM Peiman Khosravi MMus Daniel-Ben Pienaar BMus, MMus Patrick Russill MA, Hon FGCM, Hon RAM


Robert Sholl BMus, MMus, PhD, FRCO (Chm), ARCM, Grad Dip (St-Maur)


Jeremy Summerly MA, MMus, Hon RAM (Sterndale Bennett Lecturer)


Julian West BA (Head of Open Academy) Nicholas Walker LRAM, ARAM (Keyboard Skills) Briony Williams BMus, MMus, PhD, FTCL


Academy graduates are awarded with University of London degrees.


Principal Study This is the focal point of a student’s musical development and is taught to a professional level on both an individual and group/class basis.


Each student receives one hour of one- to-one tuition per week in Principal Study. In some cases students may take an additional Second Study (e.g. piano for an oboist) and in many cases students will take a Related Study (e.g. piccolo for a flautist). Students are assessed by an annual examination in May/June.


The Tutor System The BMus Tutors are available to discuss the performance and academic options available to students, timetabling, progress, and any other aspects of their programme of study. With responsibility for both academic and pastoral welfare, Tutors monitor the overall progress of every student and act as an effective and important representational link between the student and the institution.


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