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Music Performance


QQI Level 5 in Music Performance 5M2011

Manual Handling



Students will acquire competency in the theory and technologies associated with the fields of music composition and production, sound engineering and recording, music education, community music, sound for film/radio/TV multimedia, audio post production, internet streaming, location sound engineering, sound synthesis and design, audio for games and so on. Graduates of this course will have a firm foundation in music and the music industry preparing them for further study in this area, along with the know-how and experience to work in a professional music setting. Students can also progress to DCU, Dun Laoghaire IADT, Maynooth University (incl. Kilkenny Campus & St. Patrick’s College), Marino Institute of Education, IT Dundalk, University of Limerick, Tralee IT, Athlone IT, Waterford IT, and other colleges around the country, including progress to first Arts in Maynooth University, where there are 140 places.




Maynooth: MH101 Arts Music Technology (Level 8, 4 Years) DIT: DT501 Music (Level 8, 4 Years) Dundalk IT: DK860 Applied Music (Level 8, 4 Years)





This course is aimed at developing a musician’s ability in the areas of performance and musical awareness and to further enhance skills through music technology and computer applications. It provides students with hands-on experience and training in the various aspects of the music industry. Live performances and studio recordings are an integral part of the course, which is designed for musicians, songwriters and producers. Through continued commitment to rehearsal students develop the discipline that is required to work in the music industry. Students present, produce and perform a number of live performances as part of their course work. These offer an ideal environment in which each student can put the knowledge and skills gained on the course into use.



The following modules will be offered in 2020, subject to availability and demand:

• Music Performance

• Music Theory & Practice

• Music Industry Studies

• Work Experience

• Radio Programming and Production

• Sound Engineering and Production

• Mathematics

• Ethnomusicology

• Teamwork

• Music Technology

• Word Processing



Leaving Cert or LCA

Mature Students of all backgrounds

Other equivalent qualification

All applicants will be interviewed regardless of previous qualifications

Apply directly at www.dunboynecollege.ie

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