Start Dates
1st and 15th of every month
3 months
Awarded by
London School of Business and Finance
Endorsed by
Institute of Administrative Management
This innovative programme is based on the Let’s Play Concertos orchestra play-along app, and includes 26 easy violin concertos.
The course is aimed at anyone who plays a musical instrument, and seeks to combine your practice and performance with technology. Based on the Let’s Play Concertos orchestra playalong app, a number of easy to play concertos are examined, each of which are arranged for the viola, cello, flute and clarinet. You will be able to practice the concertos with the playalong app, using the many features that will help develop a good technique and a better understanding of the music presented.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Build your self-confidence
  • Understand rich harmonic backgrounds
  • Develop rhythm and improve intonation
  • Enjoy the special concert experience and understand the 'whole picture' 
  • Your programme modules and learning content are delivered via the Canvas study platform, and feature the following resources:

    • Professionally produced video lectures created by leading business practitioners
    • A designated tutor who will provide support and feedback throughout your programme
    • Case Studies and Discussion Questions to enhance your understanding of theory in context
    • Downloadable e-books and free library resources to aid your assignment writing and research
    • Access to online forums where you can share and discuss new concepts with fellow students and professionals from around the world
    • A good level of English language ability is recommended
    • Relevant work experience is an asset, but no work experience is required
  • The learning and teaching strategy is based on teaching experiences and current developments of including modern technology to the music classroom. The study methods reflect the learning outcomes of the programme. Study methods include:

    • Introducing the student to the concept of incorporating music practice with technology
    • Analysis of music form, understanding the importance of music form in studying a music piece
    • Playalong the easy concertos with the Let’s Play Concertos app
    • Questions and discussions on how modern technology can benefit music practice and performance.
  • Class Profile

    Based on all online students who studied with InterActive in 2016



I loved the international aspect of studying online, it’s a very rewarding learning environment. I am absolutely happy with my choice, I’d do it again.
Daniela Rochow, Germany
Brinsley Bailey
I love everything about the platform. It is so easy to navigate and the fact that I can access my work, view the online libraries and talk to my classmates in one area is very useful.
— Brinsley Bailey, United Kingdom
Khanyiso Welile Giorgi
It would be ungracious to leave without extending a warm hand of gratitude for the cool and efficient manner in which you deal with all our queries (big and small).
Khanyiso Welile Giorgi, South Africa
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