The course is highly practical with a focus on employability and preparation for further study and/or gaining employment in the music industry.
You will learn the essential practical and theoretical skills necessary to work within the music industry. Choosing to study with us will offer an enriching experience in both the academic and technical pursuits of music. From music theory and history to performance and composition, this music course offers a diverse range of units from which to study.
You will have the opportunity to receive one-on-one lessons on an instrument chosen from the following options: Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Vocals and Piano/Keyboard from professionals who are still active within the music industry. Performance skills are also developed within weekly performance classes utilising our fully-equipped rehearsal studios and through frequent performance opportunities at venues across Glasgow and North Lanarkshire. You will also gain valuable ensemble experience by participating in groups and bands.
Music theory and history classes will deepen your understanding of style and musicianship as it applies to your chosen speciality and beyond. Regardless of your training background or skill level, our specially-designed theory classes ensure that all students can be accommodated. Further classes in Live Events, Songwriting, and Music Business Skills equip you for both the performance and business aspects of the music profession.
You should bring copies of any qualifications you have with you and a passport size photograph.
For this you are asked to prepare two contrasting musical pieces on your main instrument/voice, one of which can be an original composition.
Your main instrument should be either guitar, bass guitar, keyboard, drums, saxophone or vocals.
All auditionees should provide their own backing track(s).
Music and Music Business