Develop your performance, collaboration and leadership skills at Guildhall School

Are you a performer, maker, singer, devisor, instrumentalist, poet, spoken word artist or beatboxer looking to develop your performance, collaboration and leadership skills?

Guildhall School of Music & Drama offers a three-year full-time BA (Hons) Performance and Creative Enterprise. 

The application deadline for 2019 entry is 6 March.

Develop your performance, collaboration and leadership skills at Guildhall School

Guildhall's Performance & Creative Enterprise (PACE) degree is all about participation and engagement in cross-artform projects. The programme prepares you for life in the professional arts industry, with a strong focus on developing entrepreneurship and employability.

Enabling you to collaborate, communicate and lead in a range of cultural and socially-engaged contexts, the programme will develop your curiosity, stimulate your imagination and help you to generate original work. It will also develop your critical skills in understanding the concepts, contexts and role(s) of the artist today.

The programme is aimed at artists from a range of music, live arts and theatre backgrounds. Open to musicians, composers, theatre makers, devisors, spoken word artists, beatboxers and poets, it is intended for those who want to develop their performance, production, collaboration and leadership skills for employment in the arts industry.

Applications are still open for 2019 – the deadline is 6 March.

Find out more about PACE and apply at our website

Header Image Credit: 2018 PACE final performances. Photo: Christa Holka

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1 Comments

  • Emrys Green

    On 25 January 2019, 09:59 Emrys Green Voice Team commented:

    This sounds like a great opportunity! Thanks for sharing it

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