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  • Locations: London, United Kingdom
  • Program Terms: Winter School
  • Budget Sheets: Winter School
Fact Sheet:
Fact Sheet:
Click here for a definition of this term Program Type: Study Tour Academic Level: Undergraduate
Study Tours: Governing Faculty: Faculty of Arts Recommended Program: Yes
Program Description:
London Flute

English writer Charles Lamb once said “The person who is tired of London is tired of life!”

London is one of the world’s most vibrant and exciting cities for Music. The Musical Horizons International study tour is designed to provide music performance students (flute and piano accompaniment) with an introduction to musical life in London through access to some of the world’s most well-known and experienced flute players and musicians.
July is a very busy month musically with the BBC Proms series held at the Royal Albert Hall. It will be the 126th season of the Proms which is one of the most celebrated classical music festivals in the world. Students will experience the excitement of hearing world class musicians in the magnificent Royal Albert Hall and will hear magnificent orchestral programs and soloists and have access to associated lectures. Intensive flute masterclasses will be part of the tour and the flute and piano students will have the opportunity to play for high profile musicians.
The study tour will also include visits to galleries, museums and other concerts. Students will attend a variety of events and will have time allotted for visits to the Victoria and Albert Museum and the British Library.



This program runs from 13 July to 27 July, 2020.

Students are responsible for booking their own airfare and will be expected to be in London to begin the tour on Monday July 13, 2020. Students must return to Adelaide by the morning of July 29,2020.
Students will be required to attend a pre-departure briefing session and will also prepare for pre-tour assessment tasks relevant to their instrumental specialisations.

Program Fee

The program fee for this study tour is AUD$3,700 (UPDATED 6-01-2019). Follow the link for the program fee cost breakdown

This pricing is indicative only and subject to change. Final costs, and information on the cancellation and refund policy can be found when making payment on the Online Shop managed by your School.

This program fee includes accommodation, concerts, cultural activities, local transport, staffing and some meals. 

Students must enrol into the following course MUSGEN 2002EX (External Winter School) or MUSGEN 3015EX. The usual tuition fees do apply in addition to the study tour program fee listed above.
Students will need to cover their own international airfare and any associated visa costs in addition to the above program cost.

Financial Assistance:

Eligible students may be able to access up to AUD$6,791 of funding from an OS-Help loan. Please review the Study Overseas website to check your eligibility to receive funding and how to apply. 

Please note that there will be a limited number of OS-Help Loans available in 2020, and some applicants may not be eligible for an OS-Help Loan. OS-HELP loans can only be processed once students have submitted their loan application forms and have met all eligibility requirements. Once approved, it can take 3-4 weeks for approved students to receive the funding.

Comprehensive travel insurance is provided by the University of Adelaide to students in this program free of charge.

Eligibility and Academic Credit

Classical Performance students (including Masters) and piano students are eligible for this study tour. Please note that students taking part in the tour have already been pre-selected and the selection process is now closed.

Application and Deadlines
  • Check eligibility against criteria above.
  • Make application by clicking 'Apply Now' above, on or before the deadline.
  • Deadline for application submission:  30 January, 2020

Contact Information

For more information about the London Flute study tour, including academic and program content, please contact Associate Professor Elizabeth Koch from the Elder Conservatorium of Music.