Bournemouth Academy of Modern Music

2017 starts as a great year for the Bournemouth Academy of Modern Music also known as BAMM. Relaunching with brand new facilities, new tutors joining the rota and stronger connections with the music industry, the South coast is fast becoming a central hub developing the next generation of musicians, DJs and songwriters. Ideal for 15 and 16-year-olds looking to pursue a career in music after their GCSEs, BAMM is encouraging potential students to get in touch for details of their full-time BTEC courses.

The relocation in September to award winning superstore and rehearsal rooms, Absolute Music in Wallisdown gains direct access to industry brands such as Abbey Road Studios, Marshall, Global entertainment, Yamaha and Pearl drums. These major players have already confirmed to engage with BAMM visiting as guest speakers for events in the New Year.

Former BAMM student Lizzie Proctor, now Lionsgate Films (Hunger Games) comments “BAMM was a great place to start my career. I would recommend it to anyone and I made loads of great friends and contacts”. BAMM is also connecting with local live music venues such as BH Live, Canvas and O2 Academy Bournemouth. Alan Dove from The Old Fire Station says ìWe are proud to be developing the grass roots of the new music industry with BAMMî.

Bournemouth Academy of Modern Music

With a brand new live performance room opening in January plus students attending the sell out music conference CMI which takes place in April at Absolute Music, BAMM is growing from strength to strength.

For further details, simply contact the team on 01202 572948, email or visit

BAMM Open Days Saturday 25th February and Saturday 25th March all 10am til 4pm.


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