Course Details

A one-year course, running for three terms. Three hours tuition per week, currently scheduled between 13.45 - 16.45 on Wednesdays. A mix of theoretical study and practical performance, with the emphasis on the latter. This course will typically appeal to applicants who already have a degree of ability on their instrument or voice, and wish to gain experience,technique and language in the jazz idiom.

Entry Requirements

None. Entry to this course is dependant upon successful audition and interview.You will be provided with the criteria for audition upon application.

Career options

Increased employment opportunities. A progression on to L3 Diploma in Music or HND Jazz studies

Jazz for Music Practitioners Level 3 Award

Five highlights

  • 1 Highly qualified and widely respected tutors
  • 2 Good facilities e.g. concert grand pianos & amps etc. in dedicated rooms
  • 3 Outstanding student/staff rapport and atmosphere of mutual respect
  • 4 Practical bias
  • 5 Opportunities for public performance and networking

Key Points

  • Chichester Campus
  • 16.09.2020
  • Rock School Limited Extended Certificate for Music Practitioners (QCF)


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Course code Location Course length Start date
MUS125CD1A Chichester Campus 1 Year 16.09.2020

What you need to know

What will I study?

The units we will be studying are Theory & Harmony, Band rehearsing/Performance and Improvisation.

How will I be taught?

You will be involved in three one hour lessons on a Wednesday afternoon. We will study Jazz theory and harmony and then apply this through band pieces and improvisation.

How will I be assessed?

Continuous informal assessment of practical and written work. Video/audio recording at least one live performance per term. Aural and written feedback helps to identify strategies for continuing development on an individual basis.

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