Abbey Road Institute response to COVID- 19

An update from Abbey Road Institute

*Published on 18th March 2020*

In light of the current and developing situation with the coronavirus we have temporarily closed our campus and have moved to giving our students online lectures. This was a carefully considered decision and one we have made as we feel this is the best way to protect the health and safety of our students and staff whilst continuing to teach.

We are closely following the guidance provided by both the UK government and World Health Organisation to make sure we have the most up to date information and can effectively monitor the situation. 

We’ll be updating this page and our social media channels on a regular basis with status updates. Our team are still here, working from home and available to speak with you. If you have any questions please drop us an email london@abbeyroadinstitute.com

The curriculum is fantastic, extremely comprehensive, contemporary and relevant to today’s industry.

Andrea Mastroiacovo, Graduate 2018

Applying for the diploma was the best thing I could have done for my career. I'm really amazed at how much I learnt in one year.

Lizzie Arnold, Graduate 2019

There is some real visionary foresight in Abbey Road Institute being established to preserve the cultural legacy of Abbey Road.

Youth (Paul McCartney, The Verve, Killing Joke)

I had an incredible experience. The staff have so much to offer and cover so many different areas of music.

Luke Glazewski, Graduate 2019

The course taught me what it means to be a producer and engineer in the industry, I learned things I couldn’t have learned anywhere else.

Marta Di Nozzi, Graduate 2019

It’s a unique experience in so many ways, the location, the calibre of guest lecturers and access to Abbey Road Studios for classes is pretty amazing. There aren't many places you get to record a full orchestra!

Jason O’Bryan, Lecturer

Come with an open mind and a voracious appetite to soak up the magic! Be prepared to work hard - you’ll get out what you put in.

Ian Ramage, Lecturer