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Music Performance Summer School in London

Summer School on Music Performance in London

Country: UK
City: London
Jul 20 - Jul 24, 2020
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The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance invites emerging musicians and music performers from all over the world to participate in 5 days Music Performance Summer School in London, United Kingdom. This Music Production Summer School 2020 is the platform for individuals to boost their skills, not only as an artist but as an all-round performer. The participants will have an opportunity to understand and learn about the timing when playing with a group, improve technical patterns specific to the instrument – all within multiple genres, ranging from funk and soul to blues and rock.


The program includes both solo and group workshops to the participants. Both solo and group workshops will strengthen their abilities in the practice room and on stage. In addition to that, it will teach participants a technical shorthand that’ll help move them to move performance up a gear. These workshops will crescendo in a live showcase at the end of the week, which is the platform for candidates to test-drive their new ideas and skills alongside their band.

Learning Outcomes 

At the end of the summer school, the participant will

  • Be able to perform competently as part of a band.
  • Build a strong technique, timing, and feel.
  • Be able to jam confidently with other musicians.
  • Develop a repertoire of songs as well as understand stylistic characteristics.
  • Be able to read a chart and also have an overview of the music industry.


The fee of the ICMP Music Performance Summer Scool in London is £299. This fee includes student materials pack and course tuition.


The ICMP (Institute of Contemporary Music Performance) is a music institute in London, United United Kingdom. It has been developing and delivering music education and training to students of contemporary music for over 30 years; which longer than any other UK school. Average 94% of ICMP graduates are in employment or further education within 6 months of graduating from the institute. In 2017, the graduates of ICMP were earning an average salary of £24,000 six months after graduating, which is £5,000 higher than students from any other music institution in the United Kingdom.

ICMP Summer School Terms & Conditions    


Type of Opportunity Exchange Programs
Event Date20 July,2020 to 24 July,2020
Deadline12 April,2020
OrganizerInstitute of Contemporary Music Performance



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