10 reasons to apply for CPMM

The Certificate: The Practice of Music Making is a one-year programme developed by Trinity Laban in partnership with the Open University. It offers adults with a passion for music the opportunity to develop their practical music making and performance skills. Here are our top ten reasons to apply:

1. Innovative blended learning

Designed in partnership with the Open University, Trinity Laban’s The Certificate: The Practice of Music Making offers all music-makers an accessible opportunity to develop their practical and performance skills whilst gaining a qualification with a world-leading creative conservatoire.

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2. All music-makers welcome

The Certificate is perfect for amateur musicians of any genre and instrument. It’s suited for those who make music regularly with others in any type of genre or setting, from amateur orchestra players, DJs, Samba drummers to folk musicians.

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3. A new approach to Practice and Performance

Feel unconfident to perform or rehearse in a group? Struggling to have meaningful practice? The Certificate can help you to increase your understanding of your own music-making and explore the musical ideas and practice employed by a range of musicians. This learning can be applied to your performance, practice and rehearsal in your own setting, whatever that may be.

4. No audition necessary

You don’t need to audition to gain a place on the programme; it’s all about how you engage with new musical ideas rather than your technical or performance ability.tk_10418_137_final

5. A world-class teaching team

The Certificate brings together a diverse range of tutors from Trinity Laban and the Open University to support you in your studies, practice and music-making, along with opportunities to engage with established musicians working in a variety of genres.

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6. Bitesize learning

The course is designed to enable you to fit study within your life. The programme consists of a mix of online tutorials, listening, video, reflective journals and short assignments with around 16-18 hours study per week recommended.

7. An Easter Residential in Greenwich

Students take part in an inspiring week-long Residential at Trinity Laban’s World Heritage Site home. Meet your fellow students in person to make music, take part in practical workshops, discussion groups and masterclasses, all culminating in a celebratory open sharing performance.

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8. Gain a qualification from a world-leading conservatoire

Gain a Level 6 standalone Higher Education qualification certificate, or if you are enrolled with the Open University, transfer 60 credits at OU Level 3 towards your degree or further study.

9. International applicants welcome

We welcome applications from all over the world, as long as you can attend the Easter Residential. Fees are consistent for all students.

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10. Be part of a vibrant musical community

The supportive atmosphere within the student cohort really aids the development of your music-making. The virtual learning environment supports open discussion and fascinating debate and is a great opportunity to meet like-minded individuals.

To find out more about CPMM and to apply, visit trinitylaban.ac.uk/cpmm or email the programme team: admincpmm@trinitylaban.ac.uk.

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About Ben Winters

Ben Winters is a Senior Lecturer in Music.
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