BA (Hons) Commercial Modern Music – Guitar

BA (Hons) Commercial Modern Music – Guitar

Saturday, 1 May 2021, 5.00pm

Overview
This four-year programme aims to develop your performance skills at the same time as progressing your career goals, using a deadline-driven project management approach.

At BIMM Dublin, we understand that live performance is the key to you becoming a great guitarist, so you’ll spend a lot of time on stage to help you develop and find your niche as a performer.

You’ll also further hone your skills by receiving tuition in guitar techniques, music theory and styles across a wide range of genres from pop and punk to folk and funk.

The degree is both academically and musically challenging, providing the perfect balance between practical and technical skills, and theory and analysis.

You’ll be part of a creative community of gifted writers, performers and music industry professionals who you can collaborate and network with to help bring your talent to life.

Through a range of optional modules, including Performance in Context, Session Skills, Commercial Songwriting, Music Business Studies, and Music Teaching Practice, you can tailor the degree to fit your own personal goals.

Life at BIMM will stretch you as a musician and performer, but will inspire you as a guitar fan too, as you attend unique Masterclasses by some of the best guitar players and musicians in the world. You’ll also have the opportunity to audition for the BIMM album and termly BIMM gigs.

Your course will culminate in a Professional Project designed to teach academic research skills, and give you the opportunity to develop a live industry project of your choice, giving you a head start into the workplace when you graduate.

So to make your way as a guitarist, connect with us, and we’ll connect you to a life in music.

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