University of Malta
 

Dr Reuben Pace
UOM Main Page
 
 
 
Apply - Admissions 2016
Newspoint
Facebook
Music Studies Student Handbook
Music Studies Student Handbook
Bachelor of Music (Honours)

Reuben Pace – Composer , Producer and Music Educator

Dr. Reuben Pace started off his musical studies by learning to play baritone in B flat at the Siggiewi St.Nicholas ‘Band club, Malta. At the age of twelve he started learning classical guitar under the tuition of Mrs. Charlotte Smith and at the age of 16 he sat for a Bachelor of Arts in Music at the University of Malta followed by a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education. He also studied conducting with Mro.Joseph Sammut and harmony and counterpoint with Mro. Laurence Borg.

On September 2000 he left Malta for Bangor, North Wales where he sat forprofile-pic-reuben-pace a Master of Arts in Creative Music Technology and Music for Film, Media and the Arts. He finished his Masters in September 2001 and then came back to Malta where for seven years he worked on a large number of music education publications. In the meantime he started a Phd in composition at the University of Bangor, Wales , graduating in July 2012.
His music has been performed in the UK by Ensemble Cymru, the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, by Painting Music as well as the Duke String Quartet. He has also had performances in Malta and Russia. Pace composes in both the acoustic and electronic media. He currently works as a peripatetic music teacher, lectures at the University of Malta, teaches at the Johann Strauss School of Music as well as works regularly on commissions in his own recording studio in Siggiewi.

Contact Details

Calendar
Notices
Student Representatives on Board of Studies
Theatre Studies, Music Studies and Dance Studies
Study-units on offer for Erasmus Students - 2017-2018

Please find the list of study-units for Erasmus Students for academic year 2017-2018

Optional Study-units on offer 2017-2018

Please find the list of Optional study-units for the the School of Performing Arts for academic year 2017-2018

 
 
Last Updated: 28 February 2013

Log In back to UoM Homepage