COURSE OVERVIEW

The Introduction to Vocals part-time music course provides an introduction to the voice as an instrument, studying its role in music and the basic technical skills needed to sing and perform songs.

You’ll also cover the fundamentals of theory, technique and concepts, making reference to contemporary music examples, and will develop basic ensemble skills, understand breathing and warm-ups, gain confidence in your singing and will be able to perform competently as part of a band, gaining a small repertoire of songs by the end of the ten-week course.

By completing this course, you will:

  • Understand deep breathing and physical warm-ups
  • Gain confidence in solo and group performance
  • Develop basic ensemble skills
  • Develop ability to play basic strumming patterns
  • Develop a small repertoire of songs
  • Perform competently as part of a band

Level:
Beginner -  No previous learning is required, however a passion for singing is essential!

Course length: 
10 Weeks

Start date: 
Wednesday 12th July 2017 

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

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

buy 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: ICMP London, Kilburn
  • Start Dates: Wednesday12th July 2017
  • Day/Time: Wednesday evenings 7- 9pm
  • Cost: £199 (includes student materials pack, supporting audio and course tuition)

WHY CHOOSE ICMP

ENVIRONMENT & PEOPLE

We continually invest in a world class, industry-standard learning environment, with cutting-edge equipment and technology to support learning

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Ability Level: Beginner - no previous experience is required.

 

HOW TO APPLY

If you need help, or further advice about our part time music courses or have a enquiry about singing lessons in London please 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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