COURSE OVERVIEW

Next Steps in Songwriting

Level:
Next Step - A basic understanding of songwriting concepts and a small repertoire is required. This course is an ideal progression from Intro to Songwriting course.

Overview:
The next step for aspiring songwriters, this course introduces new concepts, writing techniques and theories to expand your vocabulary and build upon your repertoire. The subject areas are illustrated using contemporary examples and the sessions encourage group discussion and exploration of the topics.

By completing this course, you will:

  • Have a deeper understanding of narrative voice, story telling and content
  • Understand more complex harmonic concepts
  • Have a strong stylistic awareness
  • Be able to develop melodic ideas
  • Understand uncommon song structures
  • Build upon your existing repertoire

Course length: 
10 Weeks

Start date: 
TBC

Day/Time: 
Sessions are held on Tuesday evenings between 7 pm and 9 pm at our campus in Kilburn.

Cost: 
£199 (includes student materials pack, supporting audio and course tuition)

Apply for this course
 

Should you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact us on
020 7328 0222 or enquiries@icmp.ac.uk

Key facts

  • Duration: 10 weeks
  • Location: Kilburn, London
  • Start Date: TBC
  • Day/Time: Tuesday evenings 7- 9pm.
  • Cost: £199 (includes student materials pack, supporting audio and course tuition)

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Next Steps in Songwriting

Ability level - Next Step: a basic understanding of songwriting concepts and a small repertoire is required. This course is an ideal progression from Intro to Songwriting course.

HOW TO APPLY

If you need help, or further advice, at any time during the application process just contact our Admissions team who will be happy to assist you. 



By phone:
020 7328 0222

By email:
enquiries@icmp.ac.uk

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