The School of Performing Arts offers quality programmes of study at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Our programmes are highly respected by employers and provide graduates with a ‘gateway’ into the world of employment or further study.
Our researchers in Performing Arts are involved in a wide range of initiatives and are developing a national and international reputation for excellence in this field.
First year students performed an exciting evening of new musical theatre in Debut, a concert featuring twenty-five songs by twelve composers and lyricists
Students on the Music Technology programme have had the opportunity to work with two top-level record producers.
Our students took part in the Contemporary Music for All (CoMA) Festival over the weekend of 5-6 March.
The Howling Wolves Chamber Choir was elected 'Choir of the Day’ at the auditions of the National Choir of the Year at the Warwick Arts Centre on 19 March.
Music Technology and Popular Music degree courses were treated to a masterclass taken by record producer and songwriter Gary Bromham.
The School of Performing Arts has an impressive history shaped by contemporary arts practice. Based in the landmark Performance Hub at Walsall Campus the School not only offers industry-standard equipment and magnificent rehearsal and performance spaces, but also boasts All-Steinway status, one of the first universities in the UK to do so. Read the School of Performing Arts brochure.
At the School of Performing Arts we are always pleased to talk to businesses about the range of business support, advice and expertise that the School of Performing Arts can offer. This could be anything, from providing a work-placement student to a student consultancy project, management training or a Knowledge Transfer Partnership to grow your business. Read more about our links with industry
School of Performing Arts
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