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The Australian International Chopin Piano Competition (AICPC) was created in 2010 as a legacy of the Chopin Bicentennial Year by The Australian National University and the Embassy of the Republic...
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As a student majoring in Performance at the ANU School of Music, you will have access to our network of performance teaching fellows.
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The Bachelor of Music is based around five Majors: Performance, Composition, Musicology, Composition for Film and Video Games and Music Technology.
Upon successful completion of the degree, you will have developed the appropriate disciplinary knowledge and acquired the skills to:
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What does music mean? Who is it for? And what might be its future?
We're not looking for students who know the answers; we're looking for students who ask the questions.
Enrolling in a Master of Music gives you the opportunity to explore the concepts and contexts of music guided by...
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Philosophy (MPhil) postgraduate research degrees are available.
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....
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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