London College of Music

About us

Every Saturday during term time over 100 students come through our doors and enter a thriving, inspirational learning environment from classical, to pop, to jazz, whilst receiving tuition by some of the very best teachers and professional musicians in the world. In addition to one to one teaching and a range of ensembles, we also offer fast track courses in Music Theory, IGCSE and Pre-University, as well as specialisms in Music Technology and Music Production, whilst making use of our acclaimed recording studios and our established links with industry.

Weekend learning means that our students avoid the disturbance of their school studies, and has the added benefit that brings like-minded young people together to enrich themselves in an area of study that they enjoy. For fun or serious intentions, from beginner to advanced, LCM is a music college that believes in music for all, and will endeavour to support parents find the most suitable musical route for their child. 

Performance is at the heart of the London College of Music community and particularly so for Junior College students, who perform in a number of concerts throughout the year. These performances provide our students with the opportunity to build their confidence and showcase their talents.

Students at LCM Junior College are encouraged to take graded examinations with our graded examination board – LCM Examinations, which delivers over 60,000 exams per year worldwide. LCM graded examinations are part of the National Qualification Network, which means they carry the OFQUAL stamp, and that students gain valuable UCAS points along their musical pathway.

Those who achieve an LCM grade 8 in their chosen instrument, will receive an automatic practical offer when applying for BMus (Hons) Performance or BMus (Hons) Performance and Recording at undergraduate level at the London College of Music.

 

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