Myke Masters Lewis
Process & Production
Why I-Play Music?
Within a short time students learn how to sing and play their musical instruments to a very high standard, confidence grows and so does their self esteem. We teach students how to make music as a way of life, using skills easily transferable into any work environment. Below you can see...
I-Play Music Musical Artist Development College
This course will include Music Theory, Listening Skills and Practical Instrumental Skills developed to cater for anyone wanting to produce, record, engineer, mix, master, compose or improve knowledge of traditional and contemporary production techniques.
Process & Production (first year)
This course is geared towards gaining the skills to organise an event, show or production. It will teach you how to put the necessary processes in place to ensure your event is planned and prepared well.
Project Realisation (second year)
In Project realisation you will organise and plan your own event, show or production. You will be expected to demonstrate a practical understanding of the theoretical study that took place in Process and Production (First Year).
This course focuses on keyboard fundamentals such as chord/melody harmonisation, rhythms and how to best use the keyboard as a MIDI controller. This course runs parallel with Music Production.
Musical Instrument Erudition
There are five musical instrument categories and these will be in group sessions, covering musical instrument knowledge, theory, techniques, and performance. Students who are ready will be expected to perform at the Concert & Presentation Awards in July at the end of the summer term. The group lessons on offer are listed below: -
Acoustic & Electric Bass
Acoustic & Electric Drums
Acoustic & Electric Guitar
Keys & Electric Piano
Singing & Vocal Tec
I-Play Music Production day time course is accredited by Rockschool and will commence at the start of term, September 2020. This course is for sixth-form/college students only, studying during school time hours,
I-Play Music College will be holding an Open Day at its new site in April 2020, at the Old Town Hall, Woodcote Road, Wallington, SM6 0NB. The Course will run for a duration of 2-years and will be targeted to students of year 12 and 13 admission age. The course will also be wide ranging to include a First & Second Study musical instrument, Music Production, Music Theory, Songwriting,
"If you are interested in signing up for I-Play Music College commencing Autumn Term 2020 sign up here and we will be in touch with more information."