Why study Music?
Music is all around us. It influences our moods and emotions and stimulates
Course Topics (Areas of Study)
You will learn how to:
These skills are interrelated and will all be assessed.
Assessment and Coursework breakdown:
The examination covers the full range of grades from A* – G.
There are many career opportunities available for musicians. Below is a list of the more popular jobs that musicians do on a day to day basis.
Performing in and with an Orchestra, The Royal Navy, The Army, The Welsh Guards, Musicals, Opera House, Ballet.
Composing for television, radio, films, festivals, important occasions and events, song writing.
Other: Teacher / Lecturer, Music Editor, Music Supervisor and Arranger (TV and/ or radio) Pop/Rock star, Music / Arts producer. Sound Engineer, Music Technology, Music Therapist, Music Management, Music Agent, D Jay, Entertainer, Musical Director, Music Librarian, Music Publisher, Repetiteur.
Music GCSE will also develop other skills including self discipline, motivation, communication, perseverance, creative development.
Mrs L Maddy
Mr C Morris
Miss G Clist