Music written by Commercial Music students airs on channel-4s Stand up for Cancer programme
Music 19 October 2012
Mykaell Riley – FRSA, Head of Music Production and Programme Director – UK Black Music Research Unit worked with the students as the Musical Director for Whizz Kid producing the titles and all music in the dance sequences and incidentals.
The Commercial Music BA Hons course has an 80% success rate of students in work or study six months after finishing with 75% in a professional managerial job at six months.
For further information about this course and the students’ work, contact the Course Leader Kienda Hoji:
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School of Media Art & Design
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