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Bachelor of Music - Vocal

London Centre Of Contemporary Music
Campus Part time 3 - 6 years August 2017 United Kingdom London

LCCM’s BMus in Music Performance & Production (Vocal) is the only music degree in the UK that is designed by you. Starting with a number of core modules, you then select additional subjects to suit your own musical interests... [+]

Part time Bachelors in Vocal studies in London in United Kingdom. If you love music and would like to earn a living as a musician, musical talent and live gigs will only get you so far. In today’s increasingly competitive and ever-changing music industry you need a fresh approach, professional support and real commitment. LCCM is the only independent higher education college offering industry-led degrees covering a wide range of popular instruments and musical genres – including rock and pop, R&B, soul, reggae, jazz and blues, electronic, latin and world music. And with the unique opportunity to design your own course, combining a number of core and optional modules, our BMus in Music Performance & Production (Vocal) is unlike any other music degree in the UK. Primarily focused on instrumental practice and performance, our vocal course will strengthen your existing technique and broader musical knowledge, whilst developing crucial collaborative and communication skills to help you sustain a long and rewarding life in music, whichever direction your career may take you. So whether you want to be an in-demand session musician or a singer in a world famous rock band; if you want to be producer, musical director or composer for film and TV, LCCM will help you master your musical ambitions. Course overview LCCM’s BMus in Music Performance & Production (Vocal) is the only music degree in the UK that is designed by you. Starting with a number of core modules, you then select additional subjects to suit your own musical interests. For instance, you may choose to focus on performance with 1:1 vocal lessons, or combine vocals with a wider range of other subjects including production, music programming and a second instrument. Course format Centred on improving your technique and performance skills, as an LCCM vocal degree student, you will enjoy: Performance workshops Instrumental classes Lectures Seminars 1:1 tutorials Core modules All LCCM degree courses are built on a foundation of essential knowledge and principles. For guitar students, these include: Harmony and theory (years 1, 2 and 3): lectures in the theoretical principles of popular music (including ear training in years 1 and 2 and arrangers’ piano in year 1), leading to advanced practical arranging for Jazz and World Music; Composition, arranging and analysis (year 1): lectures cover arranging for rhythm section, horns and composition principles in popular music; Music in context (year 1): seminars explore 4 key periods in contemporary popular music; Career planning (year 2): seminars help you understand how to generate income from your music and musicianship. Optional modules Additional modules allow LCCM students to tailor their course to suit their individual needs. Module choices available in year 1 are based on the result of your initial interview. These choices will then determine those available to you in years 2 and 3. Finally, modules chosen in years 2 and 3 will depend on your academic achievement in relevant preceding modules (and availability). The full range of optional modules over LCCM’s three year guitar degree course are: Principal Instrument (vocal) Theory in Practice (vocal) Professional Performance (vocal) Jazz Performance (vocal) Second Instrument (bass, guitar, voice, piano, saxophone, trumpet, trombone) Music Programming Studio recording Songwriting Composition, arranging and analysis Studio Alchemy Recording Act (Band Project) Audio Visual Synchronisation Musical Directing and Arranging Music Teaching Creative Entrepreneurship Independent Project All students take four optional modules in year 1, four optional modules in year 2 and two optional modules in year 3. [-]

Bachelor of Music

London Centre Of Contemporary Music
Campus Part time 3 - 6 years August 2017 United Kingdom London

The Jazz Vocal course at LCCM is unlike any other music degree. Aimed at capable musicians, the course enables you to choose modules from a broad list to suit your particular interests. You can combine vocals with a wide range of other subjects including songwriting, production and second instrument... [+]

The Jazz Vocal course at LCCM is unlike any other music degree. Aimed at capable musicians, the course enables you to choose modules from a broad list to suit your particular interests. You can combine vocals with a wide range of other subjects including songwriting, production and second instrument. As our alumni suggests, the Jazz Vocal degree course at LCCM will help you become the complete modern musician. At the core of the new 3-year jazz performance course at LCCM we are looking for a small band (up to 8-piece), ideally comprising: Drums Upright bass Piano Sax Trumpet also can include: guitar bass guitar (replace upright bass) more saxes, trumpets trombone flute vocals (must be prepared to use their voice instrumentally a significant amount of the time) vibes Emphasis will be put in the Jazz Performance workshop module on learning good language based on listening, transcription, analysis and taught by experienced, gigging jazz musicians. There will be guest workshops by great international jazz stars, previously: Randy Brecker Wayne Krantz Eric Alexander Grant Stewart Phil Dwyer JAZZ PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP SYLLABUS YEAR 1 Understanding the fundamental principles of major and minor cadences Understanding rhythmic components of African American music Rhythmic interpretation and “feel” Basic improvisation techniques Transcribe and apply rhythmic phrases Transcribe and apply melodic phrases Guide tones and comping skills Write and perform original blues and rhythm changes themes YEAR 2 More detailed stylistic analysis Broaden listening and analysis Rhythmic groupings – hemiolas and displacement Diminished and melodic minor harmony Extended voicings Modal developments Write and perform original contrafact themes YEAR 3 Introduce famous “Jazz Originals” Altered pentatonics and hexatonics 5/4 and 7/4 reinterpretation of standards Write and perform original compositions with clear stylistic reference The Jazz Vocal degree course at LCCM leads to a BMus (Hons) degree in Music Performance and Production and is currently validated by The Open University. Eligible students from the EU can fund their studies through the student loan scheme. [-]