Showing 12 results in the category Jazz in further and higher education.
MA in Music Therapy and HCPC (Health Care Professions Council) approved f/t course, start Sep until June two yrs later. Covers both university work and placements. Some practical experience needed working with people with learning disabilities and/or mental illness, and appropriate motivation and interest in personal/psychological development. 15 places on course.
Dept of Music & Performing Arts, East Rd, Cambridge, CB1 1PT, United Kingdom
BMus Hons Jazz (4), GradDip Jazz (1). Specialist courses which aim to develop students' technical and improvisational skills through individual first study and practical w/shops. The course places particular emphasis on perf in small ens, but there is also a big band and a jazz orch. Regular study is supported by m/classes with eminent visiting jazz musicians. Numerous perf opportunities. Specialised jazz courses are also available within the Junior Conservatoire and at graduate diploma and PG levels.
Birmingham City University, Paradise Place, Birmingham, B3 3HG
Diploma in Jazz Studies, Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced, provides training for careers in professional music and access to HE. Advanced Certificate in Professional Performance Studies (contemporary music styles).
Dept of Creative and Performing Arts, Westgate Fields, Chichester, PO19 1SB
BMus (4). At UG level the Jazz stream is offered as a 4-year option for students wishing to emphasise jazz perf within a broad programme of study. The School's partnership with the Barbican Centre ensures regular collaborations with Jazz at Lincoln Center and Barbican Cinema. The Department has a regular presence in the annual London Jazz Festival, as well as an unrivalled showcase opportunity in the week-long Guildhall Jazz Festival.
Silk Street, Barbican, London, EC2Y 8DT
National Extended Diploma in Music Technology: National Diploma in Music Technology [inc. DJ units]: MAS record label and teaching programme; HND Urban & Electronic music: HND Music Technology, National Diploma & Externded Diploma in Music Performance, HND in Music Performance, National Extended Diploma in Music Theatre
Kidderminster College, Market Street, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 1AB, United Kingdom
BA Hons (Jazz). A cornerstone of the thriving Leeds jazz scene, Leeds College of Music launched one of the first jazz degrees in Europe. Now, there are few better places to immerse yourself in jazz – through study, appreciation or performance.
3 Quarry Hill, Leeds, LS2 7PD
BA (Hons) Jazz (3 f/t, 5 p/t). Facilities: concert room with Steinway grand, pro lighting & PA, sound treated practice rooms and edit suites, 2 recording studios. Performance, improvisation and composition are embedded in all areas of the course, and practical workshops are the main teaching mode. Students are encouraged to develop their own distinctive voice while acknowledging the jazz tradition. Teaching staff are successful professional musicians who are active in the music industry and help students to build the contacts and experience required for a music industry career.
Department of Performing Arts, Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries, Middlesex University, The Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT, United Kingdom
As part of the BMus course, options in jazz history, jazz harmony, comp and arranging. One-to-one lessons on jazz pno, vn, fl, tpt, trb, perc, vibes as well as big band perfs, small band coaching and regular w/shops.
Prince Consort Rd, London, SW7 2BS
124 Oxford Rd, Manchester, M13 9RD
BMus (Hons) Jazz (4 years, full time). The programme offers a diversity of performance opportunities combined with professional training relating to the current industry. The course has an integrated approach in which students will develop a mature understanding of jazz language, processes and repertoir while also gaining skills in composition, arranging, band leadership, self-promotion and events management. Objective is to provide students with all they need to launch and sustain a suceessful career in the jazz world.
Castle Grounds, Cathays Park, Cardiff, CF10 3ER, United Kingdom
A 4-year UG programme offering 15 places. Involves 29 weeks of tuition and weekly perfs plus contact with contemporary jazz talent inc Martin Speake, Julian Siegel, Jean Toussaint, Mark Lockheart, Chris Batchelor, Steve Waterman, Phil Robson, Dave Cliff, Mike Outram, Dave Wickins, Martin France, Gene Calderazzo, Liam Noble, Nick Weldon, Simon Purcell, Steve Watts, Paul Westwood and Nia Lynn. Recent m/classes have feautred Jerry Bergonzi, Kirk Lightsey, Dave Liebman, Uri Caine, Julian Arguelles, Norma Winstone, Ari Hoenig, Will Vinson, Tom Rainey, Christian McBride, Anita Wardell, members of Wynton Marsalis's Lincoln Center Orchestra, Gwilym Simcock, Sir Richard Rodney Bennett and Claire Martin, Julian Siegel, Joey Baron and Greg Cohen.
King Charles Court, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London, SE10 9JF
BA Hons Music (with options in band, jazz, popular music and music tech) (3/4); BA Hons in Popular Music and Recording. BA Hons Music encompasses jazz and rock ens, as well as wind and br bands. Both courses inc perf and comp as major elements. The centre arranges a comprehensive series of concerts and w/shops. Visiting artists inc: Bobby Shew, Martin Taylor, the Arguelles Brothers, Stan Sulzman, Norman Winstone, Iain Bellamym, Roy Williams, Don Lusher and Allan Vizzutti. Regular jazz concerts at Band on the Wall (Manchester), Viewpoint (Salford), Barbican Centre (London).
School of Media, Music and Performance, Adelphi, Peru St, Salford, Greater Manchester, M3 6EQ