GCSE and iGCSE Music Tuition in London

Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.

-Victor Hugo

Tutor House provides a professional tutoring service for students studying Music GCSE/iGCSE in London. Our GCSE Music Tutors all have over three years tutoring experience (though most have many more) and are proficient in their chosen subjects. We take the time to listen to students and parents individual needs to ensure we find the right tutor for them, and give weekly feedback to inspire students to continue to learn and improve. Our excellent reputation speaks for itself and we are proud that we have helped students improve their grades year after year.

By studying for a GCSE/iGCSE in music students will gain a huge appreciation  of music and its history, while also learning how music is created, and how it has influenced and changed our society.

Breakdown of the core Music GCSE content:

The Music GCSE can be broken down into three main subject areas:

  • Understanding music – Listening, Contextual understanding
  • Performing music as an instrumentalist and/or vocalist and/or via technology
  • Composing music

Benefits of studying a Music GCSE/ iGCSE

Music is a creative, expressive subject that allows students to study a huge range of musical genres, and pick those that interest and inspire them the most. Not only is having a passion for music a quality that can bring us lifelong pleasure, it can also help us communicate with others, be used as therapeutic tool and encourage us to form links which span genres and continents.

Why is it worth studying Music GCSE/ iGCSE?

Studying music can help students to express themselves in a way that more academic subjects do not permit. Skilful musicians will benefit from time spent improving and practising their craft, and through learning about musical genres students will broaden their knowledge of different places and cultures. Should a student develop a passion for music then the GCSE/iGCSE Music qualification provides a broad knowledge of the history of music, its composition and musical performance which will help them excel in further study if they choose to do A-Level Music.

A degree in music provides doorways to many interesting careers in the field. Graduates and non-graduates could seek employment as:

  • Musician
  • Music teacher (private or in schools)
  • Music therapist
  • Sound technician
  • Community arts worker
  • Broadcast engineer
  • Community arts worker
  • Events organiser
  • Radio producer or broadcaster
  • Composer

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To talk to us directly about Music or anything else, contact us on enquiries@tutorhouse.co.uk or 020 7612 8297 — we're here to help.