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Diploma in Music, Performing & Production Arts (Music) Level 1 at West Kent College

Course description

You will gain tuition on your first instrument, whilst learning about the technical and stylistic characteristics of different genres of music. You will also study music theory and composition to expand your harmonic, melodic and rhythmic knowledge.
You will be required to work effectively and professionally in groups in order to prepare for live performance. You will participate in at least five public performances throughout the year to demonstrate your performance development.

Entry requirements

You will need four GCSEs at Grades D-G/3-1, including English and maths at minimum Grade E/2. You will attend an audition and interview to
show us your musical abilities. Your enrolment also depends on a positive recommendation or reference from your school or tutor.

Future opportunities

Progress on to a higher level course in Music, as long as you meet all other course entry requirements.

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 01 November 2017
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    • West Kent College in Tonbridge offers you a wide choice of courses for a fantastic learning experience. Choose from A-Levels, work-related options such as beauty therapy, construction or motor vehicle, Apprenticeships giving you the chance to earn while you learn, all the way up to university-level programmes in a range of subjects.

      The College gives you the freedom to learn in your own way, in an environment that offers first-class facilities and lecturers with industry experience. We will help you find the right course and, often, when your course is completed, help you to find work in the career you are aspiring to.

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      At the Tonbridge campus, students benefit from new buildings including a fantastic theatre seating over 300, television and radio studios, light and airy design studios, photography studios and darkrooms, music rehearsal rooms and recording studios.

      Students can enjoy the latest technology, such as leading-edge IT facilities, a Learning Resource Centre with over 20,000 resources and new science laboratories.

      There is also a range of facilities open to staff, students and the public, including hairdressing and beauty salons and a restaurant with a view over the Weald.