Music Performance

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Music Performance

If you dream of a career as a Songwriter, Recording Artist, Sessional Musician, or if you want to work as a Music Director, Composer, Music Teacher or Music Arranger then a course in Music is for you.

Working with our ARIA-Award-winning teaching staff, you will extensively develop your ability in solo and collaborative music performance, music analysis, songwriting, technical musicianship and you will work closely with industry professionals.

This course can also be studied as part of the Bachelor of Arts (Music) + Bachelor of Applied Business (Entertainment Management) double degree.

Diploma

The Diploma of Arts (Music) balances fundamental creative, technical and industry-related skills, with a focus on contemporary music performance and songwriting. The diploma can be completed in two trimesters of full-time study and you have the opportunity to progress into the Bachelor Degree (subject to academic performance).

Throughout the Diploma, you will:

  • Craft and produce original songs
  • Understand and develop your performance skills
  • Collaborate with other musicians, music producers and entertainment managers
  • Record your own music in our studios
  • Gain exposure to the Australian and international music industries
  • Develop fundamental skills in relation to music, music performance and critiquing

This qualification is recognised in the Australian Qualifications Framework and accredited until 2022 (CRICOS Code 088017G).
For admission criteria click here.

Bachelor Degree

The Bachelor of Arts (Music) balances creative, technical and industry-related skills, with a focus on contemporary music performance and songwriting. The Degree can be completed in six trimesters (two years) of full-time study.

Throughout the Degree, you will:

  • Craft and produce original songs
  • Understand and develop performance at a professional level
  • Work on industry projects alongside other musicians, music producers and entertainment managers
  • Record your own music in our studio and produce music videos
  • Gain exposure to the Australian and international music industries
  • Develop analytical skills in relation to music, music performance and critique
  • Undertake a 60-hour work placement

This qualification is recognised in the Australian Qualifications Framework and accredited until 2023 (CRICOS Code 084558M).
For admissions criteria click here.

 

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