Our flagship music course takes you on an exploration of artistic development, with practical training and opportunities strongly linked to current music industries at its heart.
Solo performance and collaborative artistry are fundamental to your studies, and the course offers opportunities both within the College and in a variety of professional and community settings to develop your skills.
You’ll not only hone your technical and artistic skills with some of the industry’s leading practitioners, but you’ll have opportunities to perform and work on a range of projects, often collaborating with students from departments across the College – from different instrumental/vocal disciplines through to acting, design or stage management.
You can specialise in any of these disciplines, which we refer to as ‘principal study’:
- Multi-instrumentalist (woodwind)
As part of your personalised education, you’ll enjoy individual and group lessons, performance classes, as well as masterclasses with some of the industry’s most acclaimed performers. You’ll also take part in weekly choral training and a broad range of ensemble and orchestral activities, supported by key professional studies modules, specifically designed to develop every aspect of your musicianship.
Whether you're an instrumentalist or a singer, you'll be guided by your own team of outstanding teachers with years of professional experience who still enjoy an active professional career. They’re perfectly placed to mentor you and support your career aspirations at every stage, helping you to become a versatile, adaptable and proactive artist.