Music Performance and Production - Performance Pathway (Level 2)

Music Performance and Production - Performance Pathway (Level 2)

Subject Area: Music Performance & Production


Course Information

  • Start Date: Sep, 2022
  • Attendance: Full-time
  • Duration: 1 Year
  • Course Code: 152624
  • Entry Requirements

    3 GCSEs at grade 3(D) including English and/or maths,


    Level 1 qualification including English and/or maths at level 1.


    Course Overview

    This course is based at our Ipswich campus.

    This course will teach you the basics of music performance – how to act on stage, how to prepare and rehearse properly, how to song-write, how to record in a studio, and much more!

    This course is taught alongside the Level 2 Music Technology course.

    You will be taught by industry professionals using state-of-the-art equipment.

    There are NO EXAMS on this course as all of the assessment is completed with coursework style work.

    All students who have not achieved a grade 4 (C) or above in GCSE English or maths will need to study these subjects alongside their chosen qualification.

    Take a 360° virtual tour of your learning environment - Radio Station | Music Recording Studio | Live Room | Post Production Suite

    Course Highlights

    Develop your playing skills

    Perform at gigs throughout the year

    Free use of the rehearsal space during term time

    Industry standard equipment

    Industry professional tutors

    Core Skills Covered: Teamwork | Creativity | Communication | Evaluating | Confidence | Time Management

    Next Steps

    80% of Level 2 music students progressed on to the Level 3 Music Performance course, with 10% going on to study Music Technology and 10% going into employment.

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    Tuition Costs

    No tuition fees are payable for students aged 16 – 18 on 31 August 2022.

    For all students aged 19+ please contact Student Support.

    For details regarding fee remission, please visit our Tuition Fees page.

    Additional Costs

    There is a £50 trips payment to help towards the cost of the trips during the year.

    Olivia Waters - Music Performance

    Being in college is like an actual working environment, we call lecturers by their first names – they are like a working environment there is the same kind of respect. At sixth form it’s what you can do on paper. At college it’s what you can actually do.