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Where words fail, music speaks.
Hans Christian Andersen
Set your course to a career as a professional Musician and you could be earning up to £44,000* in our region, doing a job that will put your talents to the test and give you the opportunity to show off your creativity.
Some people think that a career in the music industry is all about getting up and performing, of course you need to be passionate about music, but with so many different career choices available, you don’t necessarily need to be able to play an instrument to have a great career in music.
Studying music at Yorkshire Coast College gives you an invaluable insight into the Music industry and all its related areas. The tutors are all heavily involved in the music business themselves and you'll gain first-hand knowledge of the mechanics of this fascinating and thriving industry.
- Community Music Worker
- Private Music Teacher
- Sound Engineer
- Music Promotion
- Studio Engineer
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
This course includes work on performance, technology, composition and the music industry. You will perform live, produce digital recordings, and learn about music promotion as well as sound mixing.Theoretical aspects include the application of harmony, understanding musical influences and the development of musical instruments and our learners are encouraged to take part in live performances.
Upon successful completion of the Level 3 Diploma for Music Practitioners you could choose to enter directly into the world of work.
If you would like to progress into Higher Education you could progress on to our Level 4 Artist Development Programme. You could also study for a Foundation Degree in Events Management right here at Yorkshire Coast College.
MEET OUR LEARNERS
Richard studied Level 3 extended Diploma for Music Practitioners and went to complete his Level 4. Richard said:
"I wanted to study music as I am a self taught musician and I wanted to the opportunity to learn the fundamentals and theories behind it. I attended a six week taster course for music for one day a week, before applying for the course. I found the tutors really helpful and it was good as most of them were involved in the music industry or played instruments themselves and so were able to share their knowledge and experiences. I am now in several bands and I am going on to study Music at The University of Hull".
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