Music Performance BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma at The Stourport High School and Sixth Form Centre
This is a vocational qualification designed to prepare you for a career in the performing arts. All units are studied in a practical, workshop environment and assessment is based on performance work. Students are expected to keep comprehensive records to support their practical work.
The Subsidiary Diploma is 3 core units and 3 optional units.
- Unit 25 – Music Production Techniques
- Unit 24 – Music project
- Unit 40 – Working and Developing as a Musical Ensemble
- Unit 34 – Contemporary Song writing Techniques
- Unit 43 – Music Theory in Practice
- Unit 23 – Music Performance Techniques
- Unit 35 – Singing techniques
- Unit 33 – Solo Music Performance Skills
- Unit 19 – Music and Society
- Unit 30 – Pop Music in Practice
- Unit 39 – The Sound and Music Industry
- Unit 28 – Musical Theatre
There are no timed examinations in this subject; formal assessments are made by the course leader at the end of each unit.
This is through a variety of tasks, these include: performances, presentations, essays, log books, websites, blogs, video’s and recording sessions.
- Copyright and Royalties Law
- Higher Education research
- Floor Manager
- Box Office Administrator
- Tourism Industry
- Mobile Phone Industry
- Pop Star
- Music Teacher / Lecturer
- TV and Media
- Performer / Session player
- Recording Studio Manager
- Sound Engineer
What Skills will I gain?
- Creative thinking
- Interpretation of performances
- Analysis skills and listening skills through studying set work scores
- Composing individual and original material
- Practicing to improve instrumental technique
- Ensemble skills
- Developing patience
- Improving organisation skills
- Self discipline
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact The Stourport High School and Sixth Form Centre directly.