Music Performance & Industry Practice

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Course Content

M u s i c P e r f o r m a n c e & P r o d u c t i o n
  • Music Industry Studies
  • Music Theory and Practice
  • Communications
  • Work Experience
  • Music Performance
  • Event Production
  • Irish Music
  • Musicianship
  • Radio Production
  • Music Technology

Course Description

The Music Performance & Production course has been designed to prepare learners for opportunities in in the Music Industry. This is achieved by providing learners with essential music theory, an introduction to recording skills, music practice, event production and a broad insight into the music industry.

This course is designed for those interested in all aspects of the music industry from recording, performing to event management techniques. Prospective students do not need to be proficient in a musical instrument.


5M2011 QQI Level 5 Music

Career Opportunities

Graduates progress to employment in various areas including:

Music Producer | Recording Engineer | Artist Manager | Tour Manager | Booking Agent |
Music Publicist | Composer | Radio broadcaster/engineer | Podcaster | Music Arranger |
Performer | Teacher


The average pay for a musician is €58,690 per annum Wages may be earned per hour or through royalties paid for composition or performance

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Progression to degrees

Graduates can progress to a variety of degree programmes including:

DkIT | Music | Level 8
DkIT | Audio & Music Production | Level 8
DCU | Jazz & Contemporary Music Performance | Level 8
Maynooth University | Music | Level 8
TUD | Music | Level 8

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All courses now have a low course registration fee of €30. Make sure to confirm your place on a course by paying your registration fee.

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