What will you study and other information about BTEC MUSIC (SINGLE)
During this two-year course you will develop a wide range of relevant music industry skills, including:
- Live performance including developing as a soloist, a band musician, and a session performer.
- Composition (popular music and composing using technology)
- Audio/MIDI sequencing and music production
- The music industry
- History of popular music and society
The music team will be able to recommend various types of headphones during the course induction. Students will also be expected to provide their own instruments, leads, etc. for use in rehearsals, performances, and studio recordings.
All students (except drummers and pianists) will be expected to bring their own instruments to college. This includes microphones for singers.
The department has strong links with institutions such as Leeds College of Music and LIPA who regularly host and deliver industry workshops. Music students have numerous performance opportunities during the course including in-college and external gigs, concerts, roadshow events and large-scale community projects. Students also have the opportunity to perform overseas on a concert tour.