Whether you’re an aspiring producer, beat maker, performer or artist, start with an industry-led music course at ACC.
Music is where ACC all started. It’s all we used to do as a college, so we know a thing or two about this incredibly exciting and evolving industry. With a fantastic team of tutors, who have all had some involvement within the world of music, a plethora of industry guest speakers and state-of-the-art software and equipment, why not start your music career with us.
And don’t just take our word for it, we have taught some of the biggest names in the music industry, including: Ed Sheeran, Amy Love (Nova Twins), Rita Ora, IAMDDB and many more.
The music industry is constantly evolving; in the way it’s promoted, consumed and even how it’s made. At Access Creative College, we work in collaboration with the industry to make sure we’re always ahead of the trends and emerging developments. We work in collaboration with the likes of PRS, PPL as well as Pirate Studios, BBC Introducing; the list goes on!
At ACC, our music students get to hone in on their craft and then put it out to the world – by being given the chance to perform and work behind the scenes at some of the UK’s biggest music festivals.
Not only do we have a longstanding partnership with Latitude Festival, we also work with Green Man, Bristol Harbour Festival, Love Saves The Day and so many more. Our collaborations with festivals include having our own ACC stage, work experience for those all important backstage roles as well as opportunities for press and media coverage. Whatever area of live music you want to work in, you’ll gain the ultimate experience with our festival initiatives.
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For the past 13 years, we’ve had student acts from across all our centres start on our stage, moving their way up the ranks to the bigger stages including Ed Sheeran, Let’s Eat Grandma, Beth McCarthy and Mullally.