Catch all years at LCCM come together on 28th November for a Jazz Pathway Gig. Stop by the Venue in the Music Box at 8pm to see the first band kick things off, then stay for all five acts and the final performance at 10.20pm. The gig is welcome to all students, parents and friends, and is free of charge for all. We can’t wait to see you there.
NEWS & EVENTS
Music Supervisor and Editor Becca Gatrell is coming to LCCM next Monday, 26 November to deliver a masterclass to the L5 Music Publishing class, titled “How to Get Your Music into Music, TV and Games”. Becca is a Music Supervisor for ITV’s recent “Vanity Fair” series and worked as Music Editor on all three “Lord of the Rings” movies. She also runs Wow & Flutter Music, a joint venture with Universal Music Publishing.
On 21 November, LCCM will host a guest talk on writing for interactive media featuring Andrew S. Walsh, an award-winning writer and director. Andrew has worked extensively in games, film, television, theatre, radio and animation. The talk will approach what makes writing for games and interactive media different from other types of media, such as film and television. Andrew will discuss the production process of writing for games and how to build a successful career in the area. The talk will take place at the Music Box campus, classroom 3G, from 1 pm to 2 pm, and will be perfect for students in the Creative and Professional Writing course seeking different career options.
Don’t miss the exciting opportunity to see our third year student bands coming together for a jazz gig! Stop by The Music Box, the venue on Monday 19th November to catch the first band starting at 8pm through to the last act at 10pm. The gig is free for all students, parents and friends who want to come along. Refreshments will be provided at the bar so please do not bring any of your own food or drinks as they will be thrown away. Everyone is invited so we hope to see you there!
From 8th to 10th November LCCM will be attending BBC Music Introducing Live, an event dedicated to inspiring and discovering the next generation of musicians. As well as live performances from the likes of Deadmaus, Ben Howard and DJ Target, there will also be a huge selection of workshops and talks from successful names in the music industry. LCCM’s very own alumni band, Bad Honey, will be performing on 10th November, 2pm at the Sentricmusic Bandstand, so make sure you book your ticket now to hear some LCCM-grown talent.