The UK is the third largest market in the world for the sales of music. The industry estimates that it is worth around £5 billion a year and has an export value of £1.3 billion. The British music scene is internationally renowned and is constantly changing. London provides a rich environment for performers and is home to world class talent in every genre; it’s the perfect place to train and experience the music scene first hand. When you study one of our music production courses, you’ll have the opportunity to turn your passion for music into reality at our impressive recording studios in Tottenham and Enfield. Your tutors, some of them ex-industry professionals, are skilled in all aspects of music production, technology and performance.
Salaries across the industry will vary hugely but as a guide the average wage of a musician in London is £37,294 and £41,729 as a producer. This is a highly competitive field but if you are creative, determined and committed, our team of dedicated experienced tutors will prepare you for your next step in music or its associated industries.
We also run a range of free short courses to help you gain new skills and decide if studying in this area is for you.
This course is validated by the University of the Arts, London (UAL) and has been designed as an introduction to help you pursue a career in the music industry.
This course is validated by the University of the Arts, London (UAL) and has been designed to help you pursue a career in the music industry, giving you intermediate skills in performance, composition and related activities.