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Hi I’m a little bit clueless atm. If you study a music degree do you also get a instrumental lesson. For instance I play the cello so would I get a cello music lesson as well
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Hi @Joquan,

I can't speak for other institutions as it can vary depending on the degree you choose; but at Echo Factory, students studying on our BMus (Hons) Contemporary Music Performance degree course all receive dedicated one-to-one lessons each week with a specialist in their instrument.

In conjunction with our heavily practical, multi-genre approach (which incorporates a lot of creative collaboration both with others on your course, those studying on our BA (Hons) Music Business degree course, and with musicians working in the wider music scene), this will allow you to both develop your skills as a professional contemporary cellist and hone your creativity when composing original content.

We don't just look at developing your musical ability in isolation however; our courses also develop your commercial awareness and understanding of how the music industry works, give you the studio/production skills across a range of DAWs, as well as the understanding and ability to develop your professional network, build your portfolio, and secure exciting employment opportunities so that you are supported in launching a successful, sustainable career in the music industry as part of your degree.

Please feel free to give my team and I a call if you have any questions about studying music at university or getting into the music industry, you can reach us on 0116 253 5657 or via the Contact Us page on our website.

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