Welcome to the website about music at Corpus. This website aims to tell you all you need to know about Corpus music-making, whether a prospective student, current student, member of staff or just a visitor.
Most of the information contained in this Introduction is taken from various places in the main college website. Whilst it is hoped that it is helpful to have all the information in one place, you will probably benefit from looking at the college website, as well as getting a prospectus from the Admissions Office, in book or CD form.
Upright pianolas are traditionally provided, free of charge, in the rooms of students reading Music, and Organ Scholars have grand pianos.In addition, the McCrum Lecture Theatre piano, a full-size Yamaha grand, and a practice room with a new Waldstein upright is available to students for practice in the afternoons and evenings. The first class Steinway grand in the Chapel is onle to be used between 2-5pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays.
Full instrumental and singing tuition will be provided free of charge to students reading music, and to organ scholars and choral exhibitioners. (For other members of the undergraduate community wishing to receive instrumental and singing tuition half the cost will be met at the Senior Tutor's discretion).
For current students, access to the to the practice room, McCrum Lecture Theatre and Chapel is only given to those on the practice room list. If you would like to get onto this list, please contact the Senior Organ Scholar, Tom Chatterton.