Find out what it's like to study Music at The University of Manchester from current undergraduate and master's students.
Second year Music and Spanish undergraduate Max Thomas tells us what he's currently working on, what his plans are for his final year, and a bit about his role as President of Chorus.
Third year violist, singer and electroacoustic composer Sarah Keirle discusses what has been most exciting and nerve-racking about the course, as well as some of the discoveries she's made during her time here.
Third year conductor and horn player William Padfield is studying for the MusB 'Joint Course' with RNCM. He talks about what it's like to juggle the two courses, and how his university studies have helped develop him as a performer.
Musicology master's student Helen Pile wasn't ready to leave Manchester after her undergraduate degree. She discusses her devotion to research what she'll be specialising in for her dissertation.
Composition master's student Elizabeth Ditmanson explains how the Music Department supports her engagement with Manchester’s unique new music and cultural scene outside the University, which was always something that appealed to her.
Ethnomusicology master's student Ellie Sherwood loved the modules she took during her third year of her undergraduate degree here, and wanted to continue exploring themes and issues related to non-Western music.
BA Music and Drama student Freya is currently studying solo and ensemble performance while also undertaking the duties of President of Chorus.
Final-year MusB student Anna is making the most of Manchester's conducting programme with a view to eventually undertaking postgraduate study.
Final-year MusB student Benjamin is preparing for postgraduate study while enjoying hearing his own compositions performed at and outside of the University.
PhD Composition student Patrick, who was a winner at the Discovering Young Composers of Europe competition, is thinking about music in new ways thanks to his research.