Munster Technology University Cork School of Music is announcing its Virtual Open House, Saturday January 15, 2022, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Prospective students will get an overview of the four undergraduate courses offered at MTU Cork School of Music and will be able to participate in live Q&A.
Register for the webinar at the link to register: https://mtu-ie.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5n_42f6ORPuyrrjeu0Bow
Munster Technology University Cork School of Music invites prospective students to their virtual open house on Saturday January 15, 2022 from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. This event will give interested students an overview of the undergraduate program options offered within the MTU Cork School of Music.
There are four undergraduate courses that students can take at MTU Cork School of Music; Bachelor of Music (MT936), BA in Popular Music (MT937), BA in Musical Theater (MT938), BA in Theater and Drama Studies (MT939). In these courses, students can study; classical, jazz, traditional Irish music and popular music, musical theater or theater and theatrical studies. Students can specialize in the instruments of their choice, train in; acting, musical theater, directing, stage management as well as the learning of essential technical skills relevant to the industry.
The goal of the virtual open house is to educate students on what to expect if they choose to study at MTU CSM as well as to answer their questions. This is the perfect opportunity to ask questions about the application process, what it’s like to learn at MTU CSM and find out about the different opportunities.
Dr Ciara Glasheen-Artem, Head of School at MTU Cork School of Music, said:
At MTU Cork School of Music, our passion isn’t limited to making music and acting; our passion is ultimately community. At its core, the MTU Cork School of Music is made up of exceptional individuals, all working mightily towards a shared mission and vision – to succeed together through high quality, holistic and inclusive performing arts education. Our staff continue to put the education and well-being of students at the forefront. Our goal is to educate students to create innovative and excellent work, even under today’s difficult circumstances, while simultaneously learning new skills relevant to the industry. We welcome any student who is passionate about creativity and eager to learn.
To access the MTU Cork School of Music webinar, prospective students must register. To reserve your spot and for more information, visit http://csm.mtu.ie/virtualopenday