Studying woodwind is a great way to start your professional career in music performance. You will learn through individual and ensemble tuition delivered by industry experts with performance experience – many of our experts perform in ensembles that are internationally regarded.
We deliver a selection of programs in woodwind teaching, performance and research. Within the Bachelor of Music, you can study woodwind in the context of performance, composition, improvisation, musicology and music education.
Our woodwind program has a reputation for producing some of Australia’s leading woodwind exponents. We aim to support you to achieve both artistic individuality and a high level of musical proficiency.
We encourage you to collaborate with your peers and we provide a variety of performance opportunities including:
There are many great reasons to join the Conservatorium’s woodwind program:
Conducted by Dr John Lynch, performing the Australian premiere of Erica Muhl's Smoke and Mirrors, 2015.
Our students develop as professional musicians who strive for the levels of excellence demanded by the music profession. The skills you will gain in our courses – such as research, resilience, critical thinking, communication – are also transferable to a range of industries and occupations.