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<ul><li><p>LEVEL 3 btec subsidiary diploma</p><p>music</p><p>CARDINALNEWMAN.AC.UK</p><p>Monday 5pm - 8pm</p><p>OpEN Evening OCTOBER</p><p>24OpEN Day </p><p>OCTOBER</p><p>1Thursday 5pm - 8pm</p><p>OpEN Evening November</p><p>17Thursday 5pm - 8pm</p><p>OpEN Evening February</p><p>2saturday 10am - 2pm</p></li><li><p>CARDINALNEWMAN.AC.UK</p><p>btec music prepares you for mANY ASPECTS OF WORK WITHIN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY. YOU WILL FOCUS ON PERFORMANCE, COMPOSITION, MUSICIANSHIP AND PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, ALL OF WHICH ARE ESSENTIAL SKILLS if you want to WORK IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY.</p><p>ENTRY CRITERIA: At least 5 Cs at GCSE. Students who enrol onto this course must be able to play at least one instrument to a competent level. </p><p>For more details please contact the Music Department.</p><p>WHAT WILL YOU STUDY? </p><p>You will study the art of performance and be assessed not only on how you play but how much you have improved through your practice regime. You will perform as a soloist and as part of an ensemble to a live audience at a concert that you have helped to plan.</p><p>You will learn about how music is put together and through your own compositon portfolio, you will demonstrate that you can write interesting and well developed music.</p><p>At all times you will be encouraged to develop your musicianship skills through rehearsing, performing, listening to and composing music. Your assessments in BTEC Music encourage you to work like a professional musician. You must keep to deadlines, consider </p><p>Health and Safety and use music technology to develop your creativity.</p><p>WHAT NEXT?</p><p>Studying BTEC Music can lead you into an exciting and creative career in the music and media industries. The skills that you will develop are essential for working as a Performer, as a Composer or Producer, in a recording studio, in Radio and in theatres and live music venues. There are a wide range of vocational and higher education courses available in this subject area.</p><p>the core music industry made an estimated economic contribution of about 4.1BN to the UK economy in 2014, supporting 117,000 jobs.</p><p>4.1B</p></li></ul>