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Music Performance (Level 2) - Full-time

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Course outline

If you play an instrument or sing, are passionate about performing and are interested in developing your talents further whilst learning new skills, then this one-year course is the course for you.

Throughout your course you’ll play at various commercial venues in and around the city and you’ll learn and rehearse in state-of-the-art studios and practice rooms at our our Clarendon centre.

You’ll learn about the music industry, recording and playing music, ear-training and songwriting.

You can expect to play at various commercial venues and to practice, record and mix in state-of-the-art studios. You’ll also practice and collaborate with music technology students. Students on this Level 2 course get more opportunities to perform than in any other music course in Nottingham.

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Pelham Avenue


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  • Course code: C000314


Pelham Avenue


Start: 4th September 2019

  • Course code: C000314

UAL Level 2 Diploma in Music Performance


1 year

Level Level 2
Entry requirements

You’ll need 4 GCSEs at Grade 9-3 (A*-D), including English Language and maths – one of English Language or maths must be grade 9-4 (A*-C) (Functional Skills L1 can be used as equivalent to GCSE Grade 3 (D) and Functional Skills L2 can be used as equivalent to GCSE Grade 4 (C) or above.

Teaching & assessment

You will be assessed on practical tasks, projects and productions, supported by a record of evidence.


Choose to follow with further study on a Level 3 Music course or into a career as a professional musician, song-writer or engineer.

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