LCCM Summer Music Course – Making Music





LCCM London, 50-52 Union Street, London SE1 1TD, United Kingdom

+44 (0)207 378 7458

London College of Creative Media (LCCM)
London College of Creative Media (LCCM)
Address: 50-52 Union Street, London SE1 1TD, United Kingdom

We are pleased to offer this five-day Creative Music Making: Modern Rock and Pop course for teens for only £175. You can secure your place on the course with a non-refundable deposit of £50. (NB: There is an additional £25 administration fee for students outside the EU / EEA due at the time of registration.)

Events Description

Our youth music summer school brings together young musicians, singers, songwriters, and producers to write, perform and record new music for five fun days.

You can take this course as a singer, songwriter, bass player, guitarist, producer, drummer, programmer or keyboard player. The aim of the course is to give you the guidance, environment and artistic freedom to make new music and record it.

We are currently running a competition to win a free place on this course! Find out more.

What you do

  • Small group instrumental and vocal classes
  • Performance Workshops
  • Writing sessions
  • Programming Classes
  • Studio recording sessions
  • End of course performance

Entry criteria

You need to be an intermediate player as you will be playing in bands from day one. There is no requirement to read music. If you are in any doubt, send us a video of you playing or singing and we’ll advise you. If you are coming as a producer you should have some basic experience with music production software or the studio. The course is particularly aimed at musicians aged between 14 and 18.


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