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Are you committed to performing all types of music from modern to rock to classical or want to specialise? Do you want to gain the technical skills needed to work in music technology?

…then take advantage of our dedicated facilities in our Centre for Music and Performance in the centre of the city, providing specialist space for you to perform with the best! You’ll get the chance to perform at public venues throughout the year, across the city, as well as study the workings of the music industry.

Would you like to be trained and perform with the best? Click here for information on our Music Academy.

Potential progression options for courses in this subject area include:

  • Progress to a Music Higher National Diploma (HND) at Exeter College. Click here to find out more
  • A career in sound engineering or sound production
  • You could also go on to study commercial music, pop, jazz, music technology and composition at university
  • Work in areas such as performance, composition, music teaching and music therapy
Did you know?

The college's annual Festival of Carols, sponsored by Lloyds Bank, was held at Exeter Cathedral with stunning performances by the college’s orchestras and choirs.

The Music Academy presented its third Music Festival with gigs that highlighted the music enrichment ensembles at Exeter College.

What our students are saying

I enjoyed every moment studying here as not only have the lecturers been astounding with their support and teaching, but the facilities have been amazing to learn within and produce work.

Christie, Music A Level

I had the honour of playing flute in the College Big Band in front of the Queen. I have also sung with the Big Band on a separate occasion and I was the ‘student conductor’ for the Orchestra! I hope to go on to university to study Music. I want to get the most out of college to make sure I’m confident enough to go on to university.

Emily-Keziah, Music A Level
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