MUSIC DEGREES - BIMM ... section, composing, arranging, music technology and music industry are all
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BMUS (HONS) IN: POPULAR MUSIC PERFORMANCE WITH FOUNDATION YEAR BA (HONS) IN: CREATIVE MUSICIANSHIP, MUSIC BUSINESS, MUSIC PRODUCTION SONGWRITING, MUSIC EVENT MANAGEMENT
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YOUR MUSIC CAREER STARTS HERE BIMM.CO.UK
BIMM London as many of you will know, previously incorporated Tech Music School, a prestigious and long standing leader in modern music education, founded in 1983. Together, the BIMM organisation and Tech Music School amalgamated their strengths and proudly opened a new site in Fulham in September 2013. As a result we are an innovative, forward thinking, dedicated institute priding ourselves on delivering high quality music education and ensuring professional standards are met by our tutors, staff and students.
You have joined us at a very exciting time! We have spent the summer developing the facilities, growing our team of music industry experts, increasing performance and employment opportunities and expanding the already large musical connectivity we have with the industry to ensure that all of our students get the best experience possible while studying with us.
October 2015 also sees us welcome a brand new course to BIMM London which is our BA (Hons) in Music Event Management. We believe this course is a vital addition to our music microcosm here at BIMM London and we are incredibly eager to see what the new Event Management students will bring to the BIMM table! Surrounded by exceptional and enthusiastic performers, songwriters, producers and business students, we are certain that not only event management, but all students, will have a prolific and successful year with us in 2015/16.
As college manager, I would like to take this opportunity to again welcome you on board, and urge you to get involved. This can be anything from auditioning for our gigs, to setting up your own, from networking to helping, try to use us up and your time here as much as you can. Be creatively adventurous, while being courteous. Be a pioneer.
Being able to indulge a passion and develop your talent is one of the greatest gifts of all, so enjoy it. Have fun!
All the best for the coming year, and I look forward to meeting and working with as many of you as possible.
WELCOME! WE ARE THRILLED THAT YOU HAVE CHOSEN BIMM LONDON AS YOUR PLACE FOR PROFESSIONAL MUSICAL DEVELOPMENT AND STUDIES. THE WHOLE TEAM HERE ARE VERY MUCH LOOKING FORWARD TO MEETING YOU AND ARE EXCITED TO BE A PART OF YOUR WONDERFUL CAREER IN MUSIC.
04 INDUCTION AND ENROLMENT 05 COURSE INFORMATION 06 BMUS POPULAR MUSIC PERFORMANCE AND
BA(HONS) CREATIVE MUSICIANSHIP BASS 07 BMUS POPULAR MUSIC PERFORMANCE AND
BA(HONS) CREATIVE MUSICIANSHIP DRUMS 08 BMUS POPULAR MUSIC PERFORMANCE AND
BA(HONS) CREATIVE MUSICIANSHIP GUITAR 09 BMUS POPULAR MUSIC PERFORMANCE AND
BA(HONS) CREATIVE MUSICIANSHIP VOCALS 11 BA(HONS) IN MUSIC BUSINESS 12 BA(HONS) IN MUSIC PRODUCTION 13 BA(HONS) IN SONGWRITING 15 BA(HONS) IN MUSIC EVENT MANAGEMENT 16 STUDENT SUPPORT 20 FRESHERS’ GUIDE
INDUCTION AND ENROLMENT AT THE INDUCTION DAY YOU WILL BE ISSUED WITH YOUR TIMETABLE FOR THE TERM. TIMETABLES ARE NOT AVAILABLE BEFORE THIS DATE.
In order to prepare you for studying at the School we would like you to attend an induction session in the week commencing 21st September. Here you will meet key members of staff, be given important information about the School and your course, and have the opportunity to look around our premises. It is essential that you attend this session so please be aware that your induction session could be on 21st September. Exact dates and times will be confirmed via email by mid-September, so please keep us updated if your contact details change. There will also be a full programme of Freshers events during this week.
IF YOU DO NOT ATTEND YOUR INDUCTION DAY YOU WILL BE UNABLE TO START YOUR COURSE.
Please note that this is a full time course, and the timetables given at induction are not flexible. Any part-time jobs must work around the time table given. During the induction week we shall also be holding a number of “Freshers” events, details of these will be revealed before the start of term.
ENROLMENT FORTNIGHT: 21 September 2015–2 October 2015 TERM 1: 5th October 2015–11th December 2015 TERM 2: 11th January 2016–18th March 2016 TERM 3: 11th April 2016–17th June 2016 Bank holidays 2nd May & 30th May RE-SIT WEEK: 15th-19th August 2016
USEFUL CONTACTS ADMISSIONS: email@example.com STUDENT SUPPORT: firstname.lastname@example.org MICHELLE HUMPHREYS: email@example.com FINANCE: firstname.lastname@example.org
PRE ENROLMENT FOR YOUR COURSE All students are required to complete pre enrolment information prior to your enrolment day. You will have been sent an email with information regarding this. Below is a list of things that MUST be completed:
Pre-enrolment form must be completed in full and submitted – the link to this form will have been sent to you by email
Passport Style photo – This will be used for your student ID card. Please follow the guidelines on how to upload your photo on the BIMM website
Proof of ID – Please send a colour scan of your passport/driving licence/Citizen card to email@example.com
Confirmation of SLC loan or alternative payment method evidence – please send a scan of the confirmation for the SLC loan
PRE ENROLMENT FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED BY THE 11th SEPTEMBER 2015. PLEASE NOTE: Timetables cannot be provided before enrolment. This is a full-time course and the timetables given to you at enrolment are not flexible. Any part-time jobs must work around the timetable given.
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BMus and BA(Hons)
POPULAR MUSIC PERFORMANCE
HEAD OF BASS ANDREW MCKINNEY
Being a Bass Player at BIMM means you are instantly plugged into a huge range of exciting opportunities – for learning, creating, performing and recording both on the course and in the professional music industry.
With the demand for versatile professional bass players across the music industry today, there are so many opportunities available. To highlight this fact some of our recent graduates are playing with Jessie J, One Direction and Mark Owen from Take That. Artists worked with this year also include Dido and Jamelia.
The course will provide you with high quality tuition to ensure that you are at the top of your game and able to excel in all the areas the industry demands. Technique, theory, reading, styles, performance, rhythm section, composing, arranging, music technology and music industry are all covered in depth by experienced industry professionals, enabling you to make the most of your career as an in-demand pro bass player.
CREATIVE MUSICIANSHIP BASS
Bass and lead
Metronome / Metronome App (Pro Metronome)
Headphones & 1/4 jack input
Stationary & manuscript paper
Logic Pro X (Apple)
Transcribe (Seventh String Software)
Slutsky, A ‘Dr Licks’ (1996) Standing in the Shadows of Motown: The Life and Music of Legendary Bassist James Jamerson. Hal Leonard. Willis, G (1997) Fingerboard Harmony For Bass. (1998) Ultimate Eartraining for Guitar and Bass. Hal Leonard. Clayton, S (2005) Ultimate Slap Bass. Bassline Publishing. Hrehovcsik, W (1998) Music Reading for Bass – The Complete Guide. Hal Leonard. Tindall, T (1995) What Duck Done. Bass is Bodacious.
ABRSM (2011) Double Bass Specimen Sight-Reading Tests Grades 1-5 & Double Bass Specimen Sight-Reading Tests Grades 6-8. OUP. Friedland, E (2004) Bass Grooves: Develop Your Groove & Play Like the Pros in Any Style. Backbeat Books. Goldsby, J (2002) The Jazz Bass Book: Technique and Tradition. Backbeat Books. Wyatt, C & Schroeder, K (1998) A Comprehensive Source for All Musicians. Hal Leonard. Please note that this is a recommended reading list and therefore not essential.
All students are strongly advised to wear ear protection when in class, practicing or performing.
HEAD OF DRUMS ERIC STAMS
For aspiring drummers there is no better place in Europe to study than BIMM London. Centrally located in London, the opportunities afforded to our students are second to none.
The tutors are all experienced, working musicians themselves with a broad base of skill, talent and knowledge. The courses are designed to help you find your own unique musical voice and give each musician the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the music business. Technique, theory, reading, styles, performance, rhythm section, composing, arranging, music technology and music industry are all covered in depth by our experienced industry professionals. Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with a brand new building in Fulham Broadway, there really is no other serious choice. All students are strongly
advised to wear ear protection when in class, practic