London College of Music

This year we celebrate our 130 year anniversary.

Performance projects

Final year BMus students present a wide range of self-managed projects as part of their performance-based modules. These performances are the pinnacle point of the students' time with us at LCM, and a lot of time and consideration is invested into them. For our pop performance students, projects are linked to a topic they have been researching, with subjects as diverse as 'The Power Trio', 'Performance Anxiety', and 'The Development of Soul Funk', right through to 'Recreating Frippertronics', 'Falsetto in Hard Rock' and 'The Fuzz Box: Then and Now'. We also demonstrate the diversity of our students with rich, diverse and creative performances showcasing our classical and jazz students.
These performances take place at a variety of venues including our own fabulous Lawrence and Vestry Halls along with a number of popular venues across London. The shows are open to the public, and are often used to showcase artists to record company A+R departments and live music promoters.

Watch the video below for highlights of previous performances.