ICMP Songwriting students enjoyed the opportunity to expand their networks and musical skills by taking part in a Songwriting Camp with songwriting students from the Leeds College of Music.
Held at Tileyard Studios, London’s largest music hub and an ICMP partner, students were invited to the event to take part in short writing sessions.
At the end of the day, participants were invited to listen to each other’s tracks and receive feedback on their own music. The event is typical of many of the great opportunities offered to ICMP students to not only hone their musical skills but expand those all important networks.
Dan Green, Deputy Programme Leader for ICMP's BA in Songwriting, said:
Songwriting camps are really important because they encourage an exchange ideas among creatives and music professionals. It’s a really effective way of networking with other musicians, songwriters, producers and performers and at the heart of contemporary music practice."
Dr Adam Martin, Curriculum Coordinator at Leeds College of Music, added:
"Songwriting camps like this offer students an amazing experience and a great opportunity for them to work outside of their own creative bubbles. You can work with other people to find common ground and new ways of working."
Josefin Asterhed, ICMP student, said:
It was great to meet so many of our peers and get to know each other creatively. I never knew I was able to write so many songs in such a short space of time!”
Tileyard Studios is Europe’s largest hub for music and creative media located in Kings Cross in central London.
Find out more about ICMP's partnership with Tileyard.
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