Music Practice: Level 3 Extended Diploma at NESCOT
This course is aimed at learners with an interest in developing their musical skills across the disciplines of performance, composition and theory. Applicants should be either an instrumentalist or a vocalist with a basic level of performance skills.
Through both solo and ensemble performance opportunities, learners will develop into balanced musicians with an ability to function in numerous musical roles. The course is stylistically neutral, with learners studying, exploring and integrating ideas from a wide range of musical traditions, genres and ideals. Thus it is vital that they are open to experimentation beyond their preferred genre.
4 GCSEs at Grade C or above including English, or Level 2 at Merit plus English and maths, and an audition.
Applicants should be instrumentalists or vocalists with basic performance skills.
Learners taking this course will most likely go on to further study at Nescot or at another HE institution. Learners may pursue careers as session musicians, composers, music educators or as performers.
Potential career routes in the Music industry:
- Backstage crew
- Box office staff
- Licensing and royalty collection
- Lighting designer
- Music manager/director
- Music teacher
- Performer, recording artist
- Producer (live events)
- Producer-engineer (music)
- Production manager
- Record label manager
- Record retail manager
- Recording industry producer
- Singing coach
- Sound engineer
- Sound technician
- Studio management
- Tour manager
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact NESCOT directly.