The BMus in Music Performance and Music Management degree course offers you a great range of options with around half the course based on performance with the other half split across: • songwriting and arrangement • the music industry • management and promotion. Allowing you to concentrate on areas of study and focus you are most passionate about. You will also have the option to study live sound, music education or experimental sound. There are a wide variety of performance opportunities, and we actively encourage collaboration with other artists and musicians, forming bands and ensembles, putting on showcases and shows and taking part in recording and production sessions both as musicians and as producers. This course will enable you to develop: • as a musician, with one-to-one tuition and workshop sessions • writing, composition and arranging, using state of the art facilities stagecraft and performance skills • understanding of the music business and entertainment industry • band leadership / musical directorship • understanding of marketing, PR and promotion • entrepreneurial skills. The London College of Music boasts unrivalled music facilities with an extensive complex of studios equipped to a professional specification. To find out more see our LCM facilities. Throughout the course you will have a personal tutor who will act as the first point of contact for advice, support or any issues which may affect your studies. We also understand how important your views are and we recruit student representatives from all levels. We invite them to regular meetings to voice students' opinions and discuss important issues or concerns to help us improve and deliver excellent teaching. Upon successful completion of the course you will have developed essential skills in: performance and stagecraft music business entrepreneurship songwriting and arrangement musical directorship management PR and promotion music video production. Past students have gone on to: sign as recording artists to record labels license and release their own material • work in recording studios • work as session musicians in the West End • work on tours or cruise ships • teach in schools and colleges • work for promotors • work for record labels and music management companies. You may wish to undertake postgraduate study in your subject or even explore something new.