Music Performance Diploma (14-19) Level 2 at The Manchester College
If you can’t but help but sing with a hairbrush or drum on the pots & pans in the kitchen, and you’ve always had a passion for taking to the stage, you might want to take a look at this Level 2 Diploma in Music Performance. Learning from highly experienced tutors – who are still active in the world of music performance themselves – and from professional musicians in our special masterclasses, you’ll develop your performance skills and play (or sing) regularly with bands in and out of college on this extremely practical course.Even the theory based parts of the course will take a hands-on approach, as you learn about music style development, composing music and the theory you’ll need to know to succeed in a number of different careers in the industry!
The only qualifications you’ll need to join us on this course are at least 4 GCSE’s at grade D or above. One of these should include a grade C in English or Maths.
The vast majority of your assessments on this course will be based around the practical, live performances you take part in with other musicians. You’ll also have the ability to show off your creative skills too, with opportunities to compose your own music.
All full-time courses are free to 16-18 year olds who meet funding regulations. For further details please call the Course Enquiry Team on 03333 222 444.
With a Level 2 Subsidiary Diploma for Music Practitioners (on the Performance Pathway) under your belt, you’ll have a number of options in front of you to develop your skills and knowledge further and set yourself up for a promising career in the industry. You might want to consider a level 3 course in Music Performance with us at The Manchester College, or specialise in jazz music on our BTEC level 3 performance course. Whichever path you choose, there will be number of career opportunities in the music industry open to you, including working as a live performer or event organiser, managing other artits or even engineering recordings in the studio!
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.