The course also includes supporting study of music history and analysis as well as music management. In the final year, there are opportunities to pursue independent project work and to showcase your talents as a performer or undertake an educational placement. Assessment is varied and includes course work, practical assessment and portfolio submission. You can also elect to be examined for the ALCM and LLCM performance diplomas whilst taking the course, thus gaining professional accreditation in addition to a first degree. All rehearsals and performance work will happen in the workshop time with no requirement for students to book performance/practice studios. However, there will be access to the labs and the need for basic audio kit to use in the practical workshops.
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