Music in Education

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Music in Education


Youth Matters * Degree in Commercial Music * Degree in Performing Arts

In response to the Government publishing their green paper Youth Matters, Arts Council England are calling to all cultural sector organisations to respond to the consultation process, urging the government to make the arts central to their proposals affecting services for 13 - 19 year olds. In formulating a corporate response, Arts Council England will be highlighting all the benefits to ensure they are ingrained in any subsequent legislation. However, they are encouraging all arts organisations to join in the consultation process and put this view to the government independently.

Canterbury Christ Church University is launching an Honours degree in Commercial Music, with a view to nurturing creative students wishing to develop their skills within the industry. The programme is keen to attract talent from all areas of music from potential songwriters, instrumental and vocal performers or those keen to further develop their skills in sound engineering. The programme is taught at the purpose built Canterbury Christ Church University Broadstairs Campus. The state of the art facilities include a 24 track recording studio, music computing suite and rehearsal rooms. Furthermore, the students will also contribute to the operation of an in-house record label to experience A&R and marketing.

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