Music SCQF Level 6 NC
What is special about this course?
Anyone with a love of music and performing should join this course which can be attended on a full-time basis for one academic year, or part-time over two years.
You have the choice of studying modern or traditional music and given the chance to produce a demo CD. There will be the opportunity to perform locally and further afield and tuition is with a team of experienced tutors / performers / composers / recording artists.
Your enhanced playing, performance and recording skills will provide many opportunities.
Three National 5 qualifications or above OR
Ability to play a musical instrument to a reasonable level (Grade 2).
A love of music and performing.
All applicants will be interviewed which will include an audition
- Appreciation of Music
- Creative Project
- Music: An Introduction to the UK Music Industry
- Music: Aural Skills
- Music: MIDI Sequencing
- Music: Literacy
- Music: Live Performance
- Sound Engineering and Production
- Performing Music on one instrument
- You will also develop core skills in IT, numeracy and communications
How will I study my course?
- Full Time
- Part Time
How long will my course last?
One academic year full time, longer if part time
Where can I study my course?
Intakes are in September and January for the full time course.
For the latest information on fees please see our fees policy.
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