If you’ve got a real passion for music and want to break into the industry – whether that’s studio production and creation, or online and live events promotion – a degree in Commercial Music Production or Music Production and Promotion could be just the ticket.
Based in the North West Media Centre at our Warrington Campus, you’ll have round-the-clock access to industry-standard recording equipment and facilities. You’ll be part of a creative community which gives you the freedom and support to hone your skills. And with staff and guest speakers who have a host of industry experience, you’ll be learning from the best.
Sound appealing? Don’t just take our word for it – come and visit to find out how you could follow in the footsteps of our successful graduates.
Gain real industry experience
We aim to provide you with the opportunity to produce professional-quality music recordings, put on live music events and promote music online during the course of your degree. The opportunity to work on real events will enable you to improve your skills while gaining valuable experience and industry contacts to kick-start your CV.
Our students are currently gearing up for this year’s ‘Aspiration Live’, an annual live-music showcase event which has become an integral part of our music production degrees. All aspects of the event are being organised and managed by students – from recruiting and producing acts through to promotion. It’s looking to be a great night of new music!
Follow in the footsteps of our graduates
Wondering where a degree in Commercial Music Production or Music Production and Promotion could lead you? We caught up with two of our graduates who are making waves in the music industry.
A seal of industry approval for Jamie
Jamie Ahye has achieved significant success since graduating with a degree in Commercial Music Production in 2011, including working for Metropolis Studios and the Warner Music Group. Named in Music Week’s 2015 list of '30 Under 30' top young music professionals, Jamie has worked closely on projects involving a number of famous industry names, including Noel Gallagher, Stereophonics, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Jack White, George Clinton and Johnny Marr.
Jamie has recently masterminded an independent project concerning up-and-coming band FLAWES, who have recently had a ‘track of the week’ on BBC Radio 1’s Introducing series, and reached No.8 on Spotify’s Viral 50 Chart.
Commercial Music Production graduate remix success
Lauren L’Aimant has worked as a vocalist, songwriter, producer and remixer since graduating from the University of Chester. Her credits include working with drum and bass chart stars Drumsound & Bassline Smith, and she is also scheduled to work with JLS’s Marvin Humes and chart-topping dance act SecondCity.
Lauren’s talents have been praised by her course tutors, who predict more successes for her in the future. But Lauren credits the education she received on the Commercial Music Production degree: “I can honestly say that I wouldn’t be where I am now without the knowledge I gained from this course.”
If you would like to find out more about this course and see what it is like to study and live at the University of Chester, take the opportunity to visit us. And if you have any questions about your visit, we’ll be happy to help.
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