Music Business & Arts Management Ba Hons

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Falmouth University courses have received a groundbreaking event accessibility accreditation.Falmout… Two second-year Interior Design BA students have teamed up to create concept designs for an ex… Workshops will allow you to undertake real projects under the supervision of our expert staff. You’ll learn through a blend of lectures, workshops and access to key texts and materials that introduce new theories, ideas, tasks and research. You’ll look at the use and exploitation of intellectual property in the digital age, from the live sector to synchronisation. Find out all the key dates and study blocks for undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees.

Students will test theoretical knowledge in practical settings, enhancing their communication, planning, reflection and presentation skills. Context-dependent and subject-specialist financial management issues, performance indicators tend to be best understood when exploring the notion of ‘what makes a successful organisation, its project and output in music and media’. This module seeks to equip students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to evaluate events in the exhibitions and corporate sector as well as in other business, leisure, cultural and tourism settings. To enable students to develop their knowledge and practice relevant com-petencies in a real-life events management environment.

Music Business Teaching Fellow Sam Jones has a huge amount of industry experience as an event producer, producer and music educator. Over the years, Sam’s musical adventures have taken him through sub-Saharan Africa producing music for specialist records labels. As a producer, his achievements include winning the Songlines award for best record from Africa and Middle East 2021, and the Guardian’s Album of the Month. His work has seen him employed as lead Production Manager for all high profile events with the London Boroughs of Culture.

At the same time, the way people consume music has changed hugely – bringing in a new set of challenges for artists. Learn the essentials that indie artists need to know when self-releasing, and gain knowledge of the wider music business to help craft your own artist business plan. Our students often secure full-time jobs with the organisations that provide their industry placements and live projects.