I completed my music teacher training at Access to Music London.
Access to Music is the UK’s leading popular music college offering learning and employability for all ages of UK and international students.
Access to Music develops a student’s creativity, intellect and vocational ambition through broad, relevant engagement with music and music-related curriculum.
Former students, friends and success stories include:
Ed Sheeran is one of the biggest names in British popular music today. A young and talented musician who appeared to come out of nowhere to take the UK charts, Radio 1, UK festivals – and now the Brit Awards – by storm.
Since 2009, The Saturdays have become one of the biggest girl-groups in the UK with their third album,Notorious, producing some of their biggest hits during 2011.
Former Access to Music student Rita Ora’s debut release RIP (featuring Tinie Tempah) went straight to number one in the UK singles chart.
Rita studied with Access to Music London on a Music Performance course and has gone from strength to strength ever since. Her first taste of chart success was with DJ Fresh, on the drum and bass anthem ‘Hot Right Now’, which also went to number one. RIP was written by Canadian superstar Drake and produced by Chase & Status – Rita is no stranger to collaborating with big names these days as she’s signed to the Roc Nation label, brainchild of none other than Jay-Z.