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  • MA Community Music | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    MA in Creative 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 Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Community Music MA Community Music MA Community Music Programme of Study The MA Programme in Community Music is a one year full time postgraduate programme It comprises six modules of lectures seminars tutorials and workshops each modules is weighted at three credits and a final presentation worth nine credits The final presentation will take the form of an extended written submission a performance a community project or a combination of the above The final format will be decided in consultation with the course director Students will take two modules and one compulsory elective each semester The elective module is a self directed module with guided expertise drawn from the

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  • MA Contemporary Dance Performance | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Contemporary Dance Performance MA Contemporary Dance Performance MA Contemporary Dance Performance Programme of Study The MA in Contemporary Dance Performance is a one year full time postgraduate programme Students may be permitted to extend their study over a second full time year subject to available places the agreement of the Course Director and the Director of the Irish World Academy The programme consists of five core modules per semester and one Elective Bundle Core Modules Semester One Contemporary Dance Techniques for Performance 1 DA 6031 Practicum Dance Performance Repertoire 1 DA 5141 Media Technologies for Performing Arts and Arts Research MD 6031 Introduction to Somatics 1 MD 6061 Writing and the Documentation of Arts Practice 1 MD 6071 Semester Two Contemporary Dance Techniques for Performance 2 DA 6022 Practicum Dance Performance Repertoire 2 DA 5142 Choreography for Camera MD 6082 Writing and the Documentation of Arts Practice 2 MD 6072 Critical Contexts for Arts Management and Cultural Policy MD 6062 The IWA Autumn and Spring Elective Bundles allow students to specialise further in an area of programme specialisation or select an Independent Study based on expertise available in the other area of study at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance Semester One Elective Bundle Colloquium 1 MD 6111 Professional Development for the Performing Arts MD 6091 Interdisciplinary Improvisation MD 6101 Introduction to Fieldwork Techniques MD 6021 Independent Study 1 MD 6051 Semester Two Elective Bundle Introduction to Somatics 2 MD 6092 Colloquium 2 MD 6102 Broadening through Awareness Activism and the Arts BR 5001 Independent Study 2 MD 6052 During the third Semester students are required to undertake an individual performance project Final Presentation MD 5522 For the final performance exam Part 1 the students perform a programme of ensemble and solo

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  • MA Contemporary Dance Performance | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    programme with no undergraduate degree As above the programme requires applicants to have either a primary degree with first or second class honors OR an approved equivalent qualification or an equivalent capability based on prior professional experience If you are applying with an equivalent qualification or capability experience we encourage you to be thorough with the original application highlighting your relevant performance and dance experience alongside any courses classes and workshops you have attended You can also refer to persons you have worked with and or any choreographic work you have undertaken and shown in a public arena It is important to indicate why you want to do the programme questions you may have about your dance choreographic and artistic practice and what you hope to achieve in the programme to develop your future career in dance Please include the above information in the supporting statement in your application The Programme The MA Contemporary Dance Performance comprises of 3 Semesters There is no requirement for students to be on campus during the third Summer Semester Weekly Schedule for Autumn and Spring Semesters The schedule for the first and second semester is such that students are required to attend classes workshops lectures for 3 5 4 days of the week Monday Thursday Final Performance Exam Part 1 a programme of ensemble and solo choreographies will take place in May following week 12 exact date to be confirmed This performance is 60 of the Final Exam Semester Three During the Third Semester students are required to complete an independent performance project There are no scheduled classes and or workshops during the Third Semester but the Course Director will be available to provide feedback to the students on their projects This project has to be submitted at the end of August beginning of September exact date to be confirmed This project is submitted as the Final Performance Exam Part 2 This is 40 of the Final Exam What is a typical day on the MA programme The MA programme is intensive and primarily studio based A typical day commences at 9 00am 10 00am and finishes at 5 00pm 6 00pm Students are requested to arrive early for class to warm up and be prepared to begin at 9 00am 10 00am Classes are held Monday to Thursday with Fridays allocated for personal practice and research Each day commences with a morning technique class This varies from contemporary dance technique to Somatices typically yoga or pilates to ballet The afternoons are spent working with guest choreographers on ensemble choreographies solo mentoring or workshops with selected guest dance specialists Please see programme outline for more information on the modules on the programme Is there a way to do the programme part time The programme is full time for one year and 100 attendance is required It is difficult to complete the course unless you are able to be on campus from Monday to Thursday during Semester 1 and 2 While classes are usually four

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  • MA Ethnochoreology | Irish World Academy of 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 design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology MA Ethnochoreology Programme of Study The course is a one year full time taught programme It consists of six three credit modules 4 core modules and 2 elective modules of lectures seminars tutorials and practicals these are divided equally between two fifteen week semesters The core modules address theoretical and practical aspects within the field of ethnochoreology The elective modules are self directed programmes of study which allow students to specialise further in an area of their programme specialisation or to select a project based on expertise available in the other areas of study available at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance including Dance Performance Irish Traditional Dance or Contemporary Dance Performance Ethnomusicology Irish Traditional

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  • MA Ethnomusicology | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    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 Ethnomusicology MA Ethnomusicology MA Ethnomusicology Programme of Study The Master of Arts in Ethnomusicology is a one year full time programme It consists of six modules that comprise lectures seminars tutorials and practicals These are divided equally between Autumn and Spring semesters In addition a substantial Final Project presentation will be prepared for submission late in August This may take the form of a 15 000 20 000 word thesis or combination of performance and a shorter written component Founded together with the Master of Arts Degree in Ethnochoreology the two programmes interact frequently in both practical and theoretical modes Workshops in selected idioms of world dance and music and visiting lecturers are often shared Ethnomusicology students with an interest in dance are encouraged to participate in an Erasmus Intensive Program in ethnochoreology held at the Norwegian University of Science in Trondheim Interaction with the MA in Irish Traditional Music Performance is also a prominent feature of

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  • MA Ethnomusicology | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    thematic essay MU5012 Methods in Ethnomusicology Training in techniques and methods associated with ethnomusicological research These include bibliography documentation transcription analysis and ethnography Emphasis is placed on first hand experience of fieldwork through the application of these and other techniques in a sequence that culminates in submission of a fieldnote rich interpretive ethnography based on repeated engagement with an on going music context throughout the semester Fundamentals of video recording and editing are introduced MU5031 Processes of Change in Irish Traditional Music The history theory and practice of Irish traditional music the development of individual musical instruments the structure of characteristic musical forms the development of specific performance contents with special reference to patronage audience and aesthetic interest In addition students will be encouraged to participate in one of the relevant ensembles resident on campus The module will appeal especially to those students who have limited knowledge of the topic Spring Semester MU5022 Anthropology of Music This module is tailored to suit the musical and academic interests of individual participants and provides an innovative framework for investigating music in its cultural context Building on the foundation laid in the Autumn semester particular research themes current in the field are explored in more depth In recent years these have included music and mobile identities music in diaspora music and conflict musical hybridity musical gendering and ecologies of sound In addition to class readings an individual thematic essay is usually related to the final project thesis Students with an interest in dance have been encouraged to attend an Advanced Seminar in Ethnochoreology made possible by EU funding and hosted in Trondheim Norway MU5032 World Music Survey A study of the musical traditions of the world from an ethnomusicological perspective The module will introduce students to a selection of contrasting musical systems through

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  • MA Festive Arts | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    Practice Professional Master of Education Music Uversity MA in Creative 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 Building design Opening Hours Blas Café Map and parking Contact General Enquiries Faculty Staff Home Postgraduate Programmes MA Festive Arts MA Festive Arts MA Festive Arts Programme of Study The MA Festive Arts is a one year full time postgraduate programme It comprises six modules across two semester of lectures seminars tutorials and workshops These include the elective and internship modules In the third semester the students develop a final project The final presentation can take the form of a written research paper a curatorial production project with a written component or a performance with written component The final format will be decided in consultation with the course director Students will take three modules each semester The elective module is

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  • MA Irish Traditional Dance Programme of Study | Irish World Academy of Music and Dance
    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 Irish Traditional Dance Performance MA Irish Traditional Dance Programme of Study MA Irish Traditional Dance Programme of Study Programme of Study The course is a one year full time taught programme It consists of six three credit modules 4 core modules and 2 elective modules of lectures seminars tutorials and practicals these are divided equally between two fifteen week semesters The core modules address theoretical and practical aspects within the field of Irish and western dance performance studies The elective modules are self directed programmes of study which allow students to specialise further in an area of their programme specialisation or to select a project based on expertise available in the other areas of study available at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance including Dance Performance Irish Traditional Dance or Contemporary Dance Performance Ethnochoreology Ethnomusicology Irish Traditional Music Classical String Performance Chant Ritual Studies Music Education In addition a substantial final presentation is submitted at the

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