Musicians, producers, sound engineers and record label owners have all started their careers at Canterbury College – you could be next.
Our lecturers are all active in the music industry and help students develop the skills and professional links to start a career. Students spend time learning the latest technology-based techniques.
We have five fully equipped rehearsal rooms, two recording studios and post-production rooms. Aspiring producers can develop their skills on industry-standard applications including Logic X, Ableton and Sibelius.
The workforce is projected to expand by 8% over the period to 2024, adding 4,500 jobs. In the same period, 33% of the workforce is projected to retire, creating 18,153 job openings.
Musicians write, arrange, orchestrate, conduct and perform musical compositions.
I really enjoyed playing at the Speigeltent as part of my work experience. It was a unique place to play and a great atmosphere.
Working with The Marlowe Theatre has been a great experience. The atmosphere was amazing and everyone enjoyed themselves.
I faced many challenges on work experience but was able to build relationships with the patients and understand their needs.