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Fontaines D.C. among guests to speak at BIMM’s careers events this month

Fontaines D.C. among guests to speak at BIMM’s careers events this month

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As former college students of BIMM Institute Dublin, Fontaines D.C. will return as special guests as part of the college’s virtual careers event on January 22nd ahead of CAO application deadline.

Applications now being accepted for September 2021 enrollment with the CAO Deadline for BA (Hons) in Commercial Modern Music degree set to February 1st.

Interested prospective students can register to free events about the college’s offerings.
Free to register event is open to all prospective students, there are two events covering the BIMM college experience hosted by broadcaster Kate Brennan Harding.

Friday, 22nd January @ 5pm: w/ Fontaines D.C. (Tickets)

Thursday 28th January @ 5pm: w/ Gemma Bradley (BBC Radio 1), Saoirse Kavanagh (Warner Music), Peter Walsh (Ultra Publishing & Ultra Music), Lyndsey Connolly (Music Therapist), Joe Furlong (James Vincent McMorrow), Niamh White (PIAS), & Catherine Smyth (Official Charts) (Tickets)

These two free-to-attend virtual events will offer an insight into the many different careers which can be pursued within the music industry by attaining the BA (Hons) in Commercial Modern Music degree at BIM

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As with many sectors, BIMM has had to adapt to the challenges and changes brought on by Covid-19. BIMM have led a blended learning approach to teaching, integrating online classes with on campus tutoring, adhering to all government and health authority guidance. This has ensured that all BIMM students can attend practical and essential performative elements on campus still having access to important collaborative experiences and onsite industry standard equipment.

In 2020, BIMM Institute Dublin announced a selection of brand-new programmes to their already varied roster of courses; The BA(Hons) Music Business, the first degree of its kind in Ireland, and MA in Popular Music Practice.

BIMM Institute Dublin also offers three part-time Foundation Diplomas in Professional Musicianship, Music Business and Music & Audio Production – for the aspiring performers, producers and music industry professionals.


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