Please see our Entry Requirements page for general entry requirement guidance.
Students will be required to demonstrate instrumental playing or singing skills and musical knowledge sufficient to undertake a Level 3 Music course.
Equivalent to three A Levels, the Extended Diploma in Music Performance and Production is a practical route into a career in music. The course provides opportunities to develop the practical skills and theoretical knowledge required to work in the music industry.
You will learn by completing projects and assignments that are based on realistic workplace situations/activities and demands.
All students will take the following units:
Students are assessed on a regular basis throughout the course, completing assignments which include both practical assignments and written work.
There is a £65 materials contribution. Students are also encouraged to take individual instrumental lessons from our visiting peripatetic music teachers. The lessons are charged at £150 per term.
Many of our students go on to study Music or related subjects at degree level including Music Performance, Song Writing, Live Sound Engineering, Studio Production, Composition or Music Events Management. The course is broad enough for students to go onto university to study related subjects such as Media, Theatre Studies or Journalism. Others go into the industry as performers, studio engineers, stage managers, backline technicians, composers, promoters or managers. Many career opportunities exist within cultural industries, media and other disciplines within the arts.
Students have gone on to study at a wide range of institutions, such as Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, The Royal Northern College of Music, Leeds College of Music, York St John University, University of Manchester and Brighton Institute of Modern Music.
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