#1
I'm thinking of going to the ICMP (Institute of Contemporary Music Performance) in London to do my bachelors degree in music performance next September. Has anyone attended it and know what it's like? I want to try and get into session work through it. Thanks.
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#2
I study there right now. Though I am not doing a degree.

It is really great there. Very nice, laid back feel to the place, but with discipline and quality teaching all round.

The facilities are great, even if the building is pretty small.

Studying their has really helped me grow as a musician. They will definately get you well on your way as a session player and even help you find work.

They actually often getting in one of Britain's top session players, Hugh Burns, just to cover lessons when teachers are off. He is just one of the great contacts you could gain from studying there.

London is also great for finding work.