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Short Courses in Music at Goldsmiths

Whether you’re looking for opportunities to develop your career in music, to progress to further training, or simply to create and perform alongside others, our expert tutors will guide you in courses ranging from performance to composition and creative practice, and cutting edge
music technology.

‌These are offered by our Department of Music and provide high-quality training in a range of courses from introductory to advanced levels.

The courses are held on weekday evenings or on Saturdays in the Department’s music facilities including specialist teaching spaces, the music computer suite and the Electronic Music Studio.

The courses are not accredited and do not include formal assessment. They provide the opportunity to develop your musical and creative skills and knowledge in a relaxed and friendly creative environment.

How to join

Unless specified, there's no requirement for an audition or a tutor's signature on the enrolment form, but if you require advice before enrolling please contact the short course coordinator Jeremy Peyton Jones.

To enrol, please fill in the Short Course Enrolment Form and email, post or bring it in. For details of how, please see how to apply. 

 

COURSES STARTING IN THE SUMMER TERM:

Choir and Ensembles 

Soul/Jazz/Gospel Vocals

 
COURSES STARTING IN AUTUMN 2014

Composing, Songwriting and Arranging

Composing and Arranging for Jazz and Contemporary Styles

Introduction to Composing for Film
Unplugged – Songwriting Workshop

Choir and Ensembles

Modern Jazz Workshop 

Soul/Jazz/Gospel Vocals

Sound Technology and Digital Music 

Getting Started with Logic Pro

Introduction to Ableton Live

 
COURSES STARTING IN JANUARY 2015

Composing, Songwriting and Arranging

Media Music – Composing for Media, Film and TV 

Sound Technology and Digital Music 

Music Production Mixing and Mastering

Content last modified: 12 Mar 2014

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