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10 Reasons why the ANU School of Music should be your First Choice for a BMus Degree

Here are 10 reasons why choosing to do a BMus Degree at the ANU School of Music is the right choice for you. The ANU School of Music offers: access to more one-to...

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Leading young Australian jazz musician to join The School of Music in 2015

Today the ANU School of Music announced that one of Australia’s most outstanding young jazz musicians, Johannes Luebbers, will be joining the staff of the School in early 2015. A graduate of...

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Just think

If you choose ANU, you will learn from teachers who are leaders in their fields; they have written the textbooks, appeared in the media, and advised governments on important social, political and...

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The Music Engagement Programme celebrates its 30th Year at ANU!

The School of Music's Music Engagement Program (MEP) was introduced in 1984 and has developed into a leading innovative programme that emphasises the value of music-making...

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ARC success for the School of Music

On 4 November the latest round of Australian Research Council Discovery Grants, a highly competitive scheme that funds research of national benefit, was announced.  Less than 15% of...

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School of Music Head rocks with the Rolling Stones

The head of the ANU School of Music has made a surprise on-stage appearance with the Rolling Stones, joining the world’s most famous rock band for part of their Australian tour. Professor Peter...

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Dr Bennett lectures at the USA Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum (RRHFM) in Cleveland, Ohio, is where music’s greatest legends are celebrated. But how do academia and rock royalty fit together? The RRHFM and the...

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Opus 1: Larry Sitsky and Tor Frømyhr

DEFINITELY LARRY'S LAST 80th BIRTHDAY CONCERT... Larry Sitsky & Tor Frømyhr Busoni: Sonata in E for violin & piano (Opus 1) Sitsky: Fantasia on E for solo piano No. 11 Sitsky:...

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Teaching Fellows

Stephen Bennett portrait
Megan Billing portrait
Miroslav Bukovsky portrait
Tobias Cole portrait
Susan Ellis portrait
Marcela Fiorillo portrait
Tor Fromyhr portrait
Lyn Fuller portrait
Olga Haydon portrait
Tim Kain portrait
Minh Le Hoang portrait
James Luke portrait
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Maciej Pawela portrait
Mike Price portrait
Katherine Shiell portrait
Rachael Thoms portrait
Kimberley Steele portrait
Trish Delaney-Brown portrait

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Bachelor of Music

The Bachelor of Music is based around three Majors: Music Performance, Creative Musicianship (including Composition and Improvisation) and Musicology (including Ethnomusicology). You are also able to take a Minor in Music Technology.

Upon successful completion of the degree, you will have...

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Graduate Certificate of Music

The Graduate Certificate of Music is characterised by the concept of music — be it performance, composition, or musicology — as a research-led process that explores questions relevant to our understanding of what it means to be human and of who we are. There are three specialisations available...

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Master of Music

The Master of Music is characterised by the concept of music — be it performance, composition, or musicology — as a research-led process that explores questions relevant to our understanding of what it means to be human and of who we are. There are three specialisations available in the Master...

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Higher Degree Research programs

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Philosophy (MPhil) postgraduate research degrees are available.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Full-time Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) students normally spend a minimum of three years at ANU, while part-time students spend up to six years....

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Bachelor of Music (Honours)

The Bachelor of Music (Honours) is characterised by the concept of music—be it performance, composition, or musicology — as a research-led process that explores questions relevant to our understanding of what it means to be human and of who we are.

The core of this program is the sub-...

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Supported by ACT Government

Updated:  12 June 2013/Responsible Officer:  Head, School of Music/Page Contact:  Development Officer