Composition and Music Technology

Summary

The Composition and Music Technology Unit teaches all facets of musical composition, encouraging advanced students to specialise and create more ambitious work. Our students learn composition in a nurturing community with ample opportunity to perform their work.

Supervisor(s)

Professor Matthew Hindson, Professor Anne Boyd, Dr Ivan Zavada, Dr Michael Smetanin , Mr Carl Vine

Research Location

Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

Creating new music is a vital part of studies at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. The staff of the Composition and Music Technology Unit includes some of Australia’s most gifted and widely recognised composers who work in media ranging from instrumental and vocal to electronic and electroacoustic music. The Composition and Music Technology Unit teaches all facets of musical composition, encouraging advanced students to specialise and create more ambitious work. Our students learn composition in a nurturing community with ample opportunity to perform their work.

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Keywords

Orchestral music, chamber music, music for dance and ballet, music for education, music as a cross-art form exploration, intersections between musical genres, cross-cultural music, intersections between general science concepts and new music, Network music, electroacoustic music, interactive music, experimental music, music for theatre, contemporary opera, music for unusual spaces, musical curation, music festivals.

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 1928

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