Arts Music Unit

Summary

The Arts Music Unit at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music provides study opportunities in music as part of an arts degree or a combined degree (such as arts/commerce, arts/law and arts/science).

Supervisor(s)

Dr Charles Fairchild, Professor Anne Boyd, Dr James Wierzbicki

Research Location

Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis


The Arts Music Unit at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music provides study opportunities in music as part of an arts degree or a combined degree (such as arts/commerce, arts/law and arts/science). Courses are designed both for students who intend to make music their profession and for those who will pursue other careers. Available to students from all faculties, the courses cover a broad range of studies of music – in society, in culture and in performance. We welcome students from all musical backgrounds, including those with no prior musical experience.Based at the University of Sydney’s Camperdown Campus in the Seymour Centre and the Old Darlington School, the Sydney Conservatorium Arts Music Unit offers courses and subjects ranging from general studies of the language of music to performance, composition and musicology. Students can major in music (at pass or honours level) as part of a Bachelor of Arts degree or any combined arts degree. 

For more information go the Arts Music brouchure

http://music.sydney.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/arts-music-brochure-2015-final.pdf

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Keywords

Music and media, popular music, digital music culture, contemporary music, music performance, film music; electronic music, modernism and the postmodern, American music, George Gershwin, Elliott Carter

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 1927

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