A music college has launched its first day of scholarships – offering a full scholarship for the duration of the course chosen by the winner.
Candidates will audition on September 25 at London Creative Media College (LCCM) Iconic Music Box venue at 41 Union St, London, in one of three disciplines: performance, production and music business at the undergraduate or postgraduate level.
Candidates will demonstrate their talent, ideas or passionate projects to convince the jury why they will have the greatest impact on the industry in the years to come and deserve the free space to pursue these ambitions.
The three finalists will then go to the grand finale of the second week of the mandate, supervised by a panel of professionals and experts from the music industry.
“We are really excited to welcome talented people to the Music Box to impress us with their skills and musicianship,” said Pat Cotton, Undergraduate Music Program Manager.
“Making a scholarship available on merit is a fantastic opportunity and will really help the college support the development of more young musicians. “
Scholarship Day follows on from the success of LCCM’s Music Industry Insider Day in August and will be another “open door” style celebratory afternoon, with building tours, welcome speech from director Anthony Hamer-Hodges, student performances and career advice.
“We are truly grateful to the senior management and board of LCCM for supporting our vision and drive to bring more talented young people to the music box and ultimately make them real LCCMers” said Evie Asio-Okwalinga, head of youth music at LCCM.
“This marks a real line in the sand and proves our mission to create an achievable path to lasting professional success, and it will be a real hit with our Youth Music network.”
In the evening, the JMNI Jam evening will be back. Open to all, even if you are not auditioning for a scholarship you are welcome to the Music Box, join us and take the stage with some of London’s best musicians for a jam.
LCCM, London Music College, again ranked first for overall student satisfaction among contemporary music institutions teaching music performance and the music business in the 2021 National Student Survey (NSS).
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