Coronavirus: latest update 27/03/2020
Coronavirus: latest update 27/03/2020


Whether you want to be part of a band or make it as a solo artist, our range of music courses will give you the skills you need to succeed and get heard in this exciting industry. Get hands on experience composing and creating your own music, performing at a range of venues, including our annual music festival, visiting industry professionals and have a chance to record and produce your tracks in our professional recording studios.

Study Music at Chichester College

Facilities & Opportunities

  • Dedicated area for rehearsal and performance
  • State of the art recording and technology facilities
  • 8 large rehearsal studios and 10 ‘hub’ studios
  • Regular visits from industry professionals
  • 90-seater venue, ‘The Live Room’, for performances and workshops
  • A chance to perform at Chi-Fest, our own music festival
  • Trips to gigs and studios

What can I study?

  • Jazz

  • Popular Music

  • Music Production

  • A-Level Music

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Your Future

One of the UK's largest industries, music offers a wide range of career options including performance, production, management, publishing, composition, retail and much more. 

What will I be doing?

As a musician or performer you could be doing anything from recording sessions, west end shows, cruise-ship work or touring the world. If you choose to be a technology specialist, you could be helping with sound-engineering at live performances,  writing and producing tracks from a laptop or recording artists in a studio. Composers often work from home, increasingly with technology. You could also teach in an institution or privately. 

What skills will I need?

Creativity, musical knowledge, determination, communication, confidence, patience and self-motivation.

Music@Chichester Lunchtime Gig - September