Mr Christopher Gray
PG Cert HELT, FHEA
Lecturer (Scholarship), Senior Lecturer (Scholarship)
- Athena Swan, Outreach Lead (School of LLMVC)
- Disabilities and Mental Health Coordinator (Dept. of Music)
- Articulation Coordinator (Dept. of Music)
- Erasmus and GoAbraod Co-ordinator (Dept. of Music)
Programme Director, BMus (Hons) Community Music
The BMus (Hons) Community Music programme is an established and innovative programme unique in Scotland. The programme prepares you for a flexible career as a musical practitioner who is able to work across a spectrum of community and educational settings, combining a wide range of community based, education and musical skills.
From the commencement of your specialist studies on the programme you will engage extensively in placement learning across settings of your own choosing and interest, allowing you to develop and define your personal identity as a community musician. In your fourth year you will have the opportunity to design and implement your own project with the full support of your peers, community partners, visiting specialists and the programme team.
- MU2528 The Emerging Musical Practitioner
- MU309A Composing and Communities
- MU351F Identity and the Community Musician
- MU401H Musciking and Communities II
- MU401I Professional Project - Academic Commentary
- MU4529 ASN and Community Music
- MU301C Identifying Communities
- MU351G Working in Community Settings
The academic standards, course content and assessment procedures of the BMus (Hons) Community Music degree programme are of international standard. There are few examples of undergraduate degree programme with a focus on Community Music globally, and Aberdeen's programme is of excellent standing in terms of its focus on real-world experience, academic rigour and supportive educational atmosphere.
Dr Georgia Pike, External Examiner