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DJ (Disk Jockey)

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Disc jockeys (DJs) select and play pre-recorded music for many different audiences. However, most professional DJs do much more than just playing music. They are also responsible for mixing tunes, forming beats and creating the right ambience for the audience with their music choice, whether playing in a club, at a private function or on the radio.

DJs can use various formats, including vinyl, CD or digitally stored music, and a range of equipment, such as turntables, mixers, microphones and amplifiers.

Popular Musician

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Popular musicians play in bands, as solo musicians or as session musicians. They may be involved in a range of music, including rock, pop, jazz, country and western, folk, world or easy listening music.

They sing and/or play one or more musical instruments. They might also include dance and movement as part of their performance. They may compose their own work, use material written by someone else or perform covers (versions) of other musicians' work.

Music Conductor

Classical Musician

Singer

Music Promoter

Performing Arts

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The performing arts sector covers the mediums of acting, dance and music, when they are carried out in front of an audience.

The obvious careers within this profession are those of the performers themselves – the actors, dancers and musicians.

However, there are a host of other people who work behind the scenes to ensure the smooth running of a production.

Within music there are also conductors and managers. In dance, choreographers will create routines for the show that they are working on.

Why study Music?

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Studying music at university is a wonderfully enriching cultural experience. It's also a challenging educational one. A university degree course in music is traditionally more academic than a course at a college of Music; here the emphasis is primarily on performance.

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