I put my intention first (I'm in HighSchool, You might need this information to understand why I'm asking this question) : I wish to work with Orchestras and Hopefully get them to play my compositions, But doing a BA in Music is highly improbable.
I read up related topics in MSE BA with no prior Musical Education, Is MA / PhD necessary at all? and How Composers get their Work Performed
I realize that Orchestras are really really big time and having an MA will not necessarily mean that Orchestra will play my work, But still-
Without BA in Music, Is it possible to Pursue MA in Music and continue with Other Music Stuff? I will either be doing Physics for B or Major Computer Science and Minor Physics.
1. What are the Course Credits required for MA if I can take them as electives?
2. Or is knowledge in areas covered in BA and completing prerequisites unofficially enough?
3. Will Trinity Diplomas like the FMusTCL suffice?
4. Are there online courses for this purpose and will these be considered when Applying for MA in Music.
If all of these are valid options, I'd prefer going with 3. Mostly and taking 2. in the side too, because I can't be sure if the Required Courses will be there as Electives in the Universities I might be going for. I understand that the answer might vary from University to University, but I seek a general answer. Or if not MA, Is there anything else that serves the purpose? (I'm Trinity Grade 5 in Theory and 2 in Piano now and have IGCSE O Level in Music for which I did Guitar, Composition,and Theory Component consisted of (Not so Deep, Hardly Analysis) Analysis of Mendelsohn 5th and Overview of Latin American Music just in case these might shape the answer)