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This evening’s performance showcases work from the University of Liverpool’s new MA Music and Audiovisual Media programme. Our inaugural MA cohort has had a productive year, composing and recording epic soundtracks, intimate duets, ambient soundscapes, and adorable ad jingles using toy instruments! All scores will be performed live to picture by musicians from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic.
Composers include Adam Ainsley, Douggie Ashby, Cal Brannan, Gareth Farley, Amber Hooton, Stan Marsland, James O’Brien, Julian Taylor, and Jonah Williams.
About MA Music and Audiovisual Media
Utilising the industry standard facilities within the Department of Music, this course allows you to specialise in areas such as composition for moving image, sound design, screen music analysis, film studies, and sound studies.
You can develop your knowledge and research skills through approaches to audiovisual media including musicology, critical theory, and textual analysis. Students present their research in essays, audiovisual essays, podcasts, soundwalks, and other audiovisual formats.
Film, television, gaming, and web-based audiovisual content creation are all expanding areas of employment for music graduates. The subject is also a burgeoning field of academic study. The MA Music and Audiovisual Media responds to these developments by offering both practice-based and critical studies pathways.
Find out the course details on the University of Liverpool website.