These programmes are accepting applications for entry in 2022 and future years.
A message from the ECA Principal
Virtual reality and ground-breaking acoustic techniques are being used to recreate historical music performances that took place more than half a millennium ago.
A new study by researchers, including Reid School of Music’s Professor Raymond MacDonald, is the first to investigate the effects of global online music making during the pandemic.
Date: 1 October 2021
- 19 February 2022
Venue: Talbot Rice Gallery, Old College
Talbot Rice Gallery presents the first major exhibition in the UK of Angelica Mesiti, one of the leading Australian artists of her generation.
Date: 9 November 2021
- 11 November 2021
Join us on the 9 - 11 November for our Postgraduate Virtual Open Days, an exciting programme of events for anyone considering postgraduate study at the University of Edinburgh.
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Students at the University of Edinburgh have access to a range of library resources across the campus and online.
Seventeen practice rooms equipped with pianos, ideal for students requiring a private place for music practice.
Our extensive range of music studio spaces, equipment, and software will allow you to see your audio projects all the way through from composition and recording, to mixing, mastering, and post-production.
A 218-seat Victorian venue built in 1859. Used for regular orchestral and choral rehearsals and performances.
The oldest purpose-built concert hall in Scotland, home to one of the most important historic musical instrument collections in the world.
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