Music

  • 'Can't Sing' Choir

    The inspiration for the BBC television show, The Can't Sing Singers. This course is designed for those who have the urge to sing. Explore the basics of vocal production through exercises and a variety of music.

    Course dates:
    23 Apr 2014 – 2 Jul 2014
    25 Apr 2014 – 4 Jul 2014
  • 20th-century Composition Techniques

    Analyse and learn to apply 20th-century composition techniques, selected according to student interest. You will need at least 5 years' experience on an instrument and with music notation. Join in any term. Online enrolment on term 3 of this course, starting in April 2014, is only available to those enrolled in the previous term. If you are a current student you will have received an email alerting you to this. If you are new to this course please select 'Ask a Question' and the curriculum department will contact you.

    Course dates:
    25 Apr 2014 – 4 Jul 2014
  • Ableton Live Crash Course

    Ableton is an excellent software package for music production and live performance. Develop a basic understanding of the software and learn how it works. Learn the basics of MIDI sequencing, audio importing, and editing.

    Course dates:
    17 Jul 2014
  • Ableton Live: Music Production

    Ideal for students who have completed Ableton Live: Beginners, or who have similar production experience. Learn to create beats, sampling, use of effects and virtual instruments, basic mixing and arrangement.

    Course dates:
    24 Apr 2014 – 5 Jun 2014
  • Ableton Live: Performance

    Ideal for those who have completed Ableton Live: Music Production, or who have considerable production experience. Learn how to manipulate audio and MIDI in real-time, get creative with loops, and explore MIDI controllers to enhance your performance skills.

    Course dates:
    12 Jun 2014 – 10 Jul 2014
  • Accordion 1C

    Further develop your skills on piano accordion in a friendly group, playing solo and ensemble music. Explore a range of musical styles from folk to tango, classics to popular tunes. Online enrolment on term 3 of this course, starting in April 2014, is only available to those enrolled in the previous term. If you are a current student you will have received an email alerting you to this. If you are new to this course please select 'Ask a Question' and the curriculum department will contact you.

    Course dates:
    23 Apr 2014 – 2 Jul 2014
  • Accordion 2C

    Improve your command of the accordion and gain confidence in playing solo and ensemble music, ranging from classics and standards, to folk, musette and tango. Online enrolment on term 3 of this course, starting in April 2014, is only available to those enrolled in the previous term. If you are a current student you will have received an email alerting you to this. If you are new to this course please select 'Ask a Question' and the curriculum department will contact you.

    Course dates:
    23 Apr 2014 – 2 Jul 2014
  • Accordion 3

    Improve your accordion technique and musicianship through playing solo and ensemble music, ranging from classics and standards, to folk, musette and tango. Suitable for players with at least 2 years' experience. Online enrolment on term 3 of this course, starting in April 2014, is only available to those enrolled in the previous term. If you are a current student you will have received an email alerting you to this. If you are new to this course please select 'Ask a Question' and the curriculum department will contact you.

    Course dates:
    23 Apr 2014 – 2 Jul 2014
  • Acoustic Guitar 1B

    Suitable for players with a term's experience, this course teaches you the basic technique to play open chords and simple melodies including strumming and picking patterns from folk and popular songs. Please bring your own guitar. Online enrolment on term 3 of this course, starting in April 2014, is only available to those enrolled in the previous term. If you are a current student you will have received an email alerting you to this. If you are new to this course please select 'Ask a Question' and the curriculum department will contact you.

    Course dates:
    23 Apr 2014 – 2 Jul 2014
  • Acoustic Guitar 1C

    Suitable for players with two terms' experience. Further develop your technique for playing open chords and simple melodies including strumming and picking patterns in folk and pop songs. Please bring your own guitar. Online enrolment on term 3 of this course, starting in April 2014, is only available to those enrolled in the previous term. If you are a current student you will have received an email alerting you to this. If you are new to this course please select 'Ask a Question' and the curriculum department will contact you.

    Course dates:
    22 Apr 2014 – 8 Jul 2014
    23 Apr 2014 – 2 Jul 2014

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