Coronavirus (COVID-19) Spring Term Update – Department of MusicFollowing the Government announcement of the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England, the following arrangements will apply in Weeks 9 and 10 of Spring Term (8-19 March 2021):
- Teaching will continue online for the final two weeks of term.
- MA Music Production students and BA Music and Sound Recording Year 3 students doing independent projects that require studio access will be able to use the Trevor Jones Studio.
- Access to the Department for practice purposes will continue as before for MA Music performers and Year 3 BA Music students working towards assessed recitals.During the Easter break (22 March-16 April 2021), in addition to points 2 and 3 above, the following arrangements will apply:
- BA Music Year 1 and 2 students will also be able to access the Department for practice purposes.
- Instrumental and vocal teaching can take place in person.
- Accompanists may rehearse in person with students preparing for performance assessments.
Please note: instrumental/vocal lessons and rehearsals with accompanists will take place at the discretion of teachers, accompanists and students.
Dr Áine Sheil, Head of Department, March 8, 2021
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All concerts during the Spring Term will be streamed online. Details of these performances will be made available via email. All of last term's concerts are still available to watch on YorkConcerts' YouTube channel.
Thursday 15 April 2021
An excellent article about Simaku’s choral piece ‘La Leggiadra Luna’ has been published by Simon Cummings in 5:4 – ‘a blog devoted to the most interesting, innovative and impressive music of our time’.
Thursday 1 April 2021
Eight current and ten ex-students of the Music Department (all professional musicians) took part in a spectacular concert of 17th century multi-choir music available until April 23rd to be streamed at York's National Centre for Early Music.
Wednesday 31 March 2021
A series of distanced sessions on different aspects of music production and sound design, presented by a variety of staff members, has culminated in a remix challenge for students with prizes donated by the software company Nugen Audio.
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