Ita-Rose Whittam | Level 2 Music
Receiving positive feedback for my singing has boosted my confidence. An agent contacted me, and I got to send some recordings after I put my solo performance on the internet. After this year I want to get my band sorted and gig more. I would come back to L3 later as I wouldn’t want to go anywhere else. Everyone is so nice to each other, and there is no hassle, it’s like a big family.Read More
This course introduces you to the field of commercial music production and performance and provides opportunities for study at a higher level. You should be enthusiastic and have an active interest in music; and you should also enjoy participation in group activities and be willing to work creatively as a member of a team.
There is a music related residential visit as part of this course. It is possible to take a performance or a technical route as you study the following subjects: live music performance, world theory, music business, sound recording and composition. You will be required to audition for this course.
All of our learners will be given support with their English and Maths skills where relevant to their main programme. Those students who have not yet achieved a 'C' grade at GCSE in these subjects will continue to work towards these important qualifications at a level suited to them.
You will learn how to perform popular and world music from a number of genres; how the music industry operates, how to work as part of a team and how to record and mix audio and midi.
Aural Examination, Coursework, E-assessment, Multiple Choice Examination, Oral Examination, Portfolio of Evidence, Practical Demonstration/Assignment, Practical Examination, Task-based Controlled Assessment, Written Examination
Four GCSEs at Grade 4 or above, preferably including English or Maths; or a Level 1 Diploma at Merit Level. You will also be required to audition for this programme.
After Your Course
Musician, music technician, music journalist.
Level 3 Courses in a related subject. Students usually progress on to Level 3 Diplomas in Music, Performing Arts or Technical Theatre.
Course fees are per year. There may also be additional costs associated with the course (please see the course overview).
Whether you qualify for student finance depends on specific criteria. The main student finance package for full-time students includes a tuition fee loan and maintenance loan for living costs. Part-time students can access a tuition fee loan to pay for your course.
Generally, you will only get student finance if you’re doing your first degree-level qualification. This is true even if your previous course was self-funded.
For further information please see www.gov.uk/student-finance.
Access to Learning Fund
The Access to Learning Fund is a non-repayable discretionary fund that gives students facing hardship extra financial support to access and remain in higher education. This can is accessed via the college. Contact Student Services for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01539 814700.