Can you compete with the artists? Do you see yourself as the new Ed Sheeran or Rihanna making music or writing the next smash hit? This course is designed for young people with a passion for music performance. In a competitive industry where the UK has many top artists this course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to compete with the best in all genres of music and develop your own authentic style.
At the end of the course, you will leave LCI with a professional, digital show reel of your coursework. Your tutors will help you craft this essential tool to help you move to the next stage of your creative career or learning.
|What you will learn:
- Solo Music Performance
- Working and Developing as a Musical Ensemble
- Music Performance Techniques
- Sound and Music Industry
- The Music Freelance World
- World Music
- Music Project AR
- Sequencing Systems and Techniques
- Popular Music in Performance
- Contemporary Songwriting Techniques
- Music Theory and Harmony
- Composing Music
- Music and Society
- Functional Keyboard
- Major Music Project
- Aural Perception
|Course entry requirements:Applicants must have 5 GCSEs at grade C or above (including English) or equivalent
Course duration and start date:
The course will begin in September 2017 and lasts for two years.
What qualification(s) will I receive?
- BTEC Level 3 90-Credit Diploma in Music Performance (1 year)
- BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Music Performance (2 years)
Learners who already have GCSE English and Maths at grade C or above will also work towards the Bronze Arts Award (Enterprise Qualification).
Learners with a grade D in GCSE English and/or Maths will complete a GCSE re-sit alongside their course.
Learners with a grade E or below in Maths will work towards achieving their Functional Skill qualification alongside their course.
If you are keen to move into employment but wish to continue training in the creative industries and have five GCSEs at grade C or above (including English and Maths), then you can progress onto one of our BCE Apprenticeship programmes.
Those of you who wish to continue your learning in an education environment, have the option to progress into Higher Education either at a University or studying for a HNC/HND programme.
If you are not keen on continuing to study further, you can progress directly into employment.