Tech Music School

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Tech Music School (TMS) is a contemporary music school that trains students for the music industry in the following disciplines: drums, vocals, guitar, bass guitar, music production, songwriting and music business. It is located in Fulham, South West London. TMS is part of the BIMM Institute, the British & Irish Modern Music Institute.


Tech Music Schools was founded in 1983 by drummer and drum tutor Francis Seriau. The school was sold to Sovereign Capital in 2010 by Francis Seriau who left the organisation at the same time.

Accredited by the University of West London, Tech Music Schools offer both BMus and BA Hons degrees, part-time courses and private lessons. All tuition is delivered by a faculty of teachers who are also working professionals.

Tech Music Schools was the first UK institution to offer a BMus (Hons) degree in Popular Music. Before this, BMus degrees were only available to classical musicians.

In October 2014 the Tech Music Schools was incorporated into BIMM London, based in Fulham.

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