Partnership and Links
The University for the Creative Arts (UCA) is a specialist creative arts university. Its courses offer a blend of creative arts, business and technology programmes to prepare students for a career in the creative industries. The university had recently achieved the Gold award under the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF 2019), and was the highest placed specialist creative university in the Complete University Guide and The Guardian's 2021 League Table. Furthermore, UCA Business School was ranked no.7 in The Guardian's 2021 League Table in the Business, Management, and Marketing course category.
We are excited to work with such an established institution!
LCCM has worked in collaboration with the Folkuniversitetet to provide workshops for singers both in the UK and in Malmo.
Folkuniversitetet offers a wide range of adult education courses throughout Sweden and in several European countries. Its mission is to give people the best possibilities for a richer life, both in a private and professional context.
“All About The Band” is a music project funded by Youth Music and Southwark Music Service. Delivered by LCCM, the project is for aspiring musicians, singers and songwriters who are interested in playing in bands or performing their own music. The course runs for eight weeks with one afternoon session per week at LCCM.
LCCM is pleased to announce its new partnership with UK Music, an industry-funded body representing the collective interests of the recorded, published and live arms of the British music industry. UK Music ensures that a collective voice across the sector is identified and that the copyright which underpins music is recognised and valued at all levels of government, throughout the wider economy and by consumers. UK Music also runs the Music Academic Partnership (MAP) which links industry and academia. By working closely with UK Music, LCCM aims to increase the number of music industry events hosted in its newly opened Music Box building, as well as encouraging more people to pursue a career in music.
This new collaboration has two core aims. Firstly it ensures LCCM students perform and practice on the same kit used by professional musicians and secondly
it will enable LCCM to hold regular master classes and clinics with TAMA or Zildjian artists.
LCCM was proud to host a Sofar Sounds gig. We look forward to hosting more in the future.
LCCM is proud to support Platoon artists. We look forward to more exciting collaborations in the future.
We are proud and excited to offer our students the opportunity to work in radio during and as part of their studies. Boogaloo Radio, broadcasting around
the world from the beer garden of the legendary Boogaloo pub is presented by the edgiest names on the London scene: Shane MacGowan (The Pogues),
Bernard Butler (Suede), Mike Smith (MD of Warner Chappell), La Roux, Alan McGee (Creation Records/Oasis), Brix Smith (The Fall), Dave Robinson (Stiff
Records) amongst others.
“Plugin Alliance is proud to be partnered with LCCM. We are excited about the students having access to our plugins throughout their journey at LCCM. It’s my firm belief that giving the students world class production tools will help them to become world class engineers.”
Mo Volans - Director of Product Marketing - Plugin Alliance & Brainworx
We are excited that The Music Box is a now an exam centre for RSL – https://www.rslawards.com/.
RSL was founded on an ethos to provide innovative, contemporary qualifications for music and the arts. They pride themselves on delivering the most academically rigorous and industry relevant qualifications, designed to support all aspiring musicians, performers, educators and teaching establishments.