Trinity Laban: The Practice of Music MakingEvent name: Certificate: The Practice of Music Making
Organisation/trainer’s name: Trinity Laban in partnership with the Open University
Event location: Distance learning with a week-long residential at Trinity Laban
Country: England
Start Date: 01/10/2018
End Date: 31/07/2019
Times: Distance learning course
Event description: The Certificate: The Practice of Music Making (CPMM), is a unique one-year distance learning programme developed by Trinity Laban, in partnership with the Open University. Delivered online with a residential learning week at Trinity Laban’s World Heritage Site in London, The Certificate is available as a stand-alone programme, and can also count towards degree study with the Open University. The programme is designed for adult instrumentalists and singers who participate in any genre of music and there are no auditions to gain entry. Ideally suited to those who make music regularly in a group or ensemble and who would like to further develop their skills. You might be an army musician, jazz, folk, rock or pop performer, sing in a choir or play in an orchestra, for example. Perfect for those who have learned to sing or play music without gaining a formal qualification, those who wish to return to music making after a time away and those who have previously studied music and who wish to further develop their performance skills.
Cost: £3,475
Contact email: [email protected]