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BA Music Performance and Industry Virtual Open Day
July 15 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm BST
If you’re on the look-out for the best place to study popular music performance while gaining an in-depth understanding of music business and finding your place within the music industry landscape, come along to our Virtual Open Evening. We will answer all your questions and provide you with useful course information that will enrich your search for the best universities to study music.
What makes this programme different to others?
With the arts sector facing so many changes, you may be debating whether you should study music at university level. While the music industry certainly is changing, you can be a changemaker. Study popular music performance in London in an exciting and collaborative setting, focused on developing your individual creativity and preparing you for a successful graduate career in the music industry.
Rooted in the forward-thinking practices of London’s Creative Conservatoire, our three-year undergraduate programme BA Music Performance and Industry will enable you to learn core music, music-making, songwriting and music production skills, so you can collaborate with others to compose, produce and perform your music. You will also develop real-world music business skills that will enable you to connect with contemporary audiences.
The BA Music Performance and Industry Virtual Open Day will run from 18.00-20.00 (BST) and include the following sessions. Detailed timings will be sent via email closer to the time.
- Introduction to the Programme. Led by the Programme Leaders Joe Townsend and Adam Saunders, this live session will give you an insight into all aspects of the course structure and student life at London’s Creative Conservatoire.
- Student Experience Q&A. Connect with our current music students to hear about their experience of studying music at London’s Creative Conservatoire Trinity Laban, student accommodation, music performance opportunities for TL students, and student social life.
- Application & Audition Advice. Take the chance to gain insights into what makes a successful application and what we look for in an audition.
What will you learn on the BA Music Performance and Industry programme?
Thinking beyond genre
BA Music Performance and Industry course considers music from two perspectives: music for the people, with its dazzling array of genres and sub-genres; and secondly, music of the people, such as traditional music, folk song and global roots music. Types of study on the BA Music Performance and Industry are not bound by music genre and celebrates musical difference as a strength, enabling students to collaborate, compose and perform in truly unique ways.
Students will study in small groups with tutors and mentors from TL and across the music scene to create and perform in a range of settings. The ability to communicate music onstage or online are core values. All students will learn production skills and be able to record, manipulate and publish their work.
The programme is industry-facing from the outset. BA Music Performance and Industry defines the Music Industry as the processes, structures and organisation that bring the artist together with their audience. Traditional industry structures are evolving; musicians need to understand rights, the law, management and deals, and how to be a change maker in the music industry.