Become a multiskilled, professional musician on this industry-facing degree.
If you’re stylistically eclectic and keen to experiment as a musician, this degree course mirrors modern music industries – whether you aspire to be a performer, composer, session musician, music educator, sound artist or work across disciplines.
From day one you'll be immersed in a vibrant, creative community that includes songwriters, musicians, producers, DJs, composers, sound artists, label founders, music managers, music and sound scholars as well as a range of industry guests.
Based within our supportive and collaborative environment, you’ll develop your practice on this Music degree and push stylistic and technological boundaries while carving out your musical identity.
- Learn to play in a range of musical styles and genres, in a variety of professional contexts
- Develop an experimental, critical and creative approach to making your work
- Play regularly in ensembles, including session bands, vocal groups, contemporary music groups and laptop orchestras
- Benefit from guest speaker artists and ensembles. Visitors have included Adrian Utley (Portishead), Graham Fitkin (composer), Kenny Werner (pianist), Ed O’Brien (Radiohead) and Kevos (ensemble)
- Have the chance to gain industry experience, from shadowing a professional composer or interning with a record label, to working with an orchestra
- Have the opportunity to investigate study options with our prestigious international exchange partners, such as CalArts (USA), Griffith University (Australia), LASALLE (Singapore) and Nagoya University (Japan)