For those of you who missed out on our open events this year, don’t worry, as we will be running both tasters days and open evenings again in the new year!
On the 25th of February we will be holding another taster day. During this event, you will have the chance to attend a Music Careers presentation, where we will discuss the courses available at The Academy of Music and Sound and the possible career paths within the music industry, along with workshops ranging from Guitar Techniques, Vocal Ensemble, Songwriting and Recording Techniques. At the end the day there will also be short performances from a number of our current students and staff.In addition to our Taster Day, we will be running opening evenings on the 15th of March, 12th of April and 17th of May . These events will run from 6pm at our centre in the Grassmarket and will give individuals the opportunity to have a look around the centre, meet our staff and ask any questions about our courses.
To top that, everyone who attends an open evening is entitled to a free audition voucher (value £15).
To book onto any of our events contact your nearest centre:
Edinburgh – 0131 656 0600 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Glasgow – 0141 248 6269 – email@example.com
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Photo’s from the events
This week Edinburgh held two end of term gigs for their BA and HNC students.
Well done to everyone, the standard of performance was fantastic!
The HNC EOTG for term 3 is always an opportunity for students to demonstrate how their skills and confidence have developed through the year. Mondays performance was held in the popular Edinburgh venue “Carbaret Voltaire”, situated in the heart of the Edinburgh old town. With a wide ranging musical program ranging from Soul to the Sex Pistols, the HNC’s entertained the crowd with performances that demonstrated technical skill, professionalism, stage craft and a real sense of confidence in their ability. As a tutor, seeing the musical development of learners is the most satisfying part of the job. The difference in performance levels and confidence between their first gig and this one really is remarkable. For this gig the students were responsible for the planning and running of the event. The night was a real success and everybody should be very proud of their efforts.
– Andrew Smith HNC course coordinator/Duty Manager