All about our Music Vocational 30 Credit course:
This course aims to extend and develop your performance and musical skills and prepare you for a career in Music. You do not need to have Music GCSE, or be able to read musical notation to join this course. However, you do need to be passionate about music, be willing to learn, sing and perform, and develop your work to a professional level. You will research and perform
You will research and perform pieces from different artists and genres, developing and refining your musical skills as a soloist and within an ensemble. You will also participate in a number of musical workshops and also have the opportunity to perform in concerts internally and externally.
How is this course assessed?
This course is assessed 100% by coursework, assessed by your teacher and an external verifier.
What about careers?
Careers from studying Music include, Musician, session musician, music teacher, music manager, producer, music journalist, event organiser.
Which other courses does this combine well with?
Music combines well with Dance, Acting or other A Levels.