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The Certificate: The Practice of Music Making (CPMM), Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance

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If you have a passion for music and would like to develop your practical music making and performance skills, then apply to Trinity Laban’s one-year distance learning programme, The Certificate: The Practice of Music Making (CPMM).

The Certificate allows instrumentalists and vocalists across all genres the opportunity for flexible online study to fit around their working life and offers a residential learning week at Trinity Laban’s World Heritage Site home in Greenwich. It is suited to those who make music regularly in a group or ensemble and who would like to further develop their skills.

This online programme has been developed by Trinity Laban in partnership with the Open University and is available as a stand-alone programme or can also count towards degree study with the Open University.

Fees for the Certificate: the Practice of Music Making 2021/22 are £3,820. This includes standard accommodation and meals during the residential week. This programme is eligible for student finance from Student Finance England, Student Finance Wales and Student Finance N.I., providing you are not undertaking other concurrent Student Finance funded study.

There are no auditions to gain entry. Deadline for applications closes on Friday 28 August 2021 (for entry in October 2021).

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