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  • Applications | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Biographies Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ritual Chant and Song Applications Applications Entrance Requirements Primary degree in a suitable discipline with first or second class honours or an approved equivalent qualification or an equivalent capability based on prior professional experience A performance audition will be required in all cases In the event of significant travel involved please contact the course director to make alternate arrangements In the case of either a live or recorded audition applicants are required to prepare two contrasting vocal pieces without accompaniment At least one and preferably two pieces should be from Plainchant Gregorian Chant or Ritual Song repertoires Additional audio visual or written material may be required at the course director s discretion If you have any questions about the programme please contact us How to apply http www ul ie graduateschool how apply http www ul ie graduateschool courses research irish world academy or Postgraduate Admissions

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  • MA Ritual Chant – Testimonial | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    About Outreach Bealach Artists in Residence Cónaí Faculty Biographies Tutor and Guest Lecturers Biographies Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ritual Chant and Song MA Ritual Chant Testimonial MA Ritual Chant Testimonial Graduate Profiles Christine Rolin Since Christine graduated from the M A in Ritual Chant Song at the Irish World Academy in 2003 she has been part of St Michael Choir Church St Michel Dijon France Her research interests lie in the area of early harp music chant and poetry which she has been currently sharing with the HHSI Historical Harp Society of Ireland Kilkenny which she joined in 2003 Presently and since 2012 Christine is developing research into clinical music therapy with A M B Atelier de Musicothérapie de Bourgogne at the C H S Hospital de La Chartreuse Dijon Femke Van Der Kooij The MA in Ritual Chant and Song combines the academic and the practical really well I became

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  • MA Ritual Chant and Song – Media | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ritual Chant and Song MA Ritual Chant and Song Media MA Ritual Chant and Song Media A number of our graduates and tutors direct and sing with the following ensembles CANTORAL is an all female chant ensemble specialising in Western plainchant and early polyphony with a particular interest in medieval Irish repertoire Most of the members of Cantoral are graduates of the MA in Ritual Chant and Song and have a strong scholarly grounding in reading manuscript sources and are therefore able to prepare their own musical editions from original sources Their first recording Let The Joyous Irish Sing Aloud Laetabundus Decantet Hybernicorum Cetus was launched in October 2014 and is a collection of chant and medieval song inspired by Irish medieval spirituality drawing on manuscript sources from and related to Ireland http www omahonys ie catalog let the joyous irish sing aloud cantoral p 419915 html HIBERNIA is a cross disciplinary ensemble directed by Óscar Mascareñas that focuses on the performance of early music repertoires within the realm of contemporary practice Members of the ensemble have included graduates of the BA Voice and Dance BAVAD the MA

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  • Contact Details | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ritual Chant and Song Contact Details Contact Details Contact Details For further details and information please contact

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  • MA Ritual Chant and Song | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Guest Lecturers Biographies Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ritual Chant and Song MA Ritual Chant and Song Introduction The MA Ritual Chant and Song is a one year programme which explores the voice and its use in ritual contexts At the heart of the programme is an investigation of the voice through vocal technique and somatic practices as well as of specific ritual vocal repertoires Western plainchant is a the chant repertoire studied and the programme has been developed in association with Glenstal Abbey a Benedictine monastery in the environs of the campus Drawing on the expertise in Irish traditional music dance and song at the Academy Irish traditional religious song is also studied as a key repertoire Each year guest tutors also introduce a number of additional ritual vocal repertoires which have included a diversity of traditions from Shona ritual song to Georgian chant The programme has two resident vocal ensembles Lucernarium the programme s schola or core ensemble which allows for the exploration of medieval chant and polyphony and Sonas a larger group which explores global vocal ensemble music and ritual song Vocal study is contextualised by seminars in performance practice palaeography semiotics ethnomusicology ritual studies a survey of Irish religious ritual practices and a variety of methodological approaches to the study of performance and ritual including ritual ethnography and ritual composition The programme was originally designed by Helen Phelan Irish World Academy in consultation with Nicholas Sandon Exeter UK David Hiley Regensburg Germany and Ronald Grimes Wilfrid Laurier Canada

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  • PhD Arts Practice Introduction | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Process Undergraduate Programmes BA Irish Music and Dance BA Voice and Dance Certificate in Music and Dance Blas Summer School Accredited About Outreach Bealach Artists in Residence Cónaí Faculty Biographies Tutor and Guest Lecturers Biographies Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue

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  • PhD Arts Practice Aims & Objectives | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Undergraduate Programmes BA Irish Music and Dance BA Voice and Dance Certificate in Music and Dance Blas Summer School Accredited About Outreach Bealach Artists in Residence Cónaí Faculty Biographies Tutor and Guest Lecturers Biographies Research Research International Research Links and Projects Scholarships Current Postgraduate Research Completed Postgraduate Research Research Postgraduate Biographies Inbhear Journal of Irish Music and Dance Media Social Media Comhaimseartha Of Our Time Archive Maurice Gunning Venue Building

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  • PhD Arts Practice Programme of Study | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    needs of individual research questions The module examines the recent history of the development of practice based research in the arts within university structures and the challenges involved in incorporating artistic practice into traditional modes of research It examines the privileged status of writing in theory production within the academy and the importance of the somatic turn in contemporary research which seeks to redress the mind body duality at the heart of the Western philosophical tradition and re evaluate the role of doing in our understandings of knowledge Keywords and concepts will be addressed and problematised such as aesthetics agency embodiment everyday life festival gender heritage identity liveness narrative performance art performativity play poetics race representation mimesis ritual spectatorship theory CREATIVE PROCESS I AND II These modules address basic questions concerning the design of a research project including ways of framing research questions the relationship between theory and practice in research research ethics and issues of representation A key topic addressed in this module concerns the relationship between arts practice and writing Writing out of creative practice autoethnography personal narrative narrative inquiry and writing as a strand of the creative process are some of the modes of writing explored in the development of a research structure apparatus which can provide for the crossing of thresholds between the studio based and text based strands of arts practice research ARTS PRACTICE ENCOUNTERS The aim of this module is to explore dimensions of practice through reflexive participation in an intensive arts practice research workshop with practice being investigated both as an object of inquiry and a theoretical methodological source relevant to the research endeavour Featuring collaborative and interactive research in practice with the assistance of a selection of mentors this module experiments with interdisciplinary engagements among the students as they participate together in

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