Music and live events at NTU

Ready to write, produce or perform music? Perhaps you fancy a career backstage, working in venues, festivals, and on tour?

Our wide range of courses can be your gateway into the UK’s thriving music industry. With passionate tutors and amazing industry connections, you’ll gain the professional, creative and technical skills needed to succeed.

You’ll study at the Creative Quarter Campus in Metronome – the complex housing our public-facing venue and professional studios. It was created by the world-renowned audio architects White Mark Ltd, whose clients include Jay-Z and Damon Albarn.

Why you should study Music and events with us

  • Take part in Industry Week – a series of workshops, lectures and masterclasses, delivered by the best industry guests in the business. Past attendees include Professor Green, Mandy Parnell (Bjork, Aphex Twin, The White Stripes), and Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis CBE.
  • Get hands-on experience crewing and performing at a range of events, including Splendour – Nottingham’s largest outdoor festival – and local venues like The Bodega, Rock City, and our very own Metronome.
  • Learn in a unique music complex housing a 350-capacity live venue; our brand new 48 channel SSL Duality console; six recording studios, including a mastering, surround sound and post-production studio; 14 rehearsal spaces; and a 93m2 events production workshop space.

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