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Photograph of Aaron Chew
12
Oct
2017

Congratulations to Aaron Chew: Awarded Fellowship of Music Australia

Aaron Chew has been awarded the Fellowship of Music Australia (FMUSA), the highest and most prestigious award offered by the Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB).

19
Aug
2013

Performance development allowance and teaching

Students who are majoring in Performance at the ANU School of Music will obtain one-to-one instrumental and voice instruction via a...

24
Jul
2013

Get involved in the Raah Project

The Raah Project are heading to the School of Music as part of the Capital Jazz Project. All current School of Music students, but...

24
Jul
2013

Vietnamese Tài tử music discovery

An ANU researcher has discovered the first published music score of Vietnamese Tài tử music notated by a French musicologist.

Tài...

Associate Professor Gary France with Senator Kate Lundy,  Minister for Multicultural Affairs
21
Jun
2013

Worldly addition hits the right note

Today a steel drum, originally gifted to Australia by the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, was officially presented to the ANU...

12
Jun
2013

ANU guitarist named on Queen’s Honour list

ANU School of Music teacher Timothy Kain is modest.

“Someone once said, there’s no such thing as good teachers, only good...

Mr Yunupingu
07
Jun
2013

Agent of bicultural balance

OBITUARY
Mr Yunupingu
Musician and educator
Born Yirrkala, September 17, 1956.
Died Yirrkala, June 2, aged 56....

Wanta Patrick
30
May
2013

Listen to the earth speak in art

Belconnen Community Service is marking Reconciliation Week this year with an unusual mixed media exhibition by Warlpiri artist Wanta...

28
May
2013

Intensive course on Indigenous music takes Tia to Darwin

When Tia Burrett enrolled in the ANU School of Music’s intensive course, Indigenous Music and Media, she had no idea that it would lead...

Rachael Thoms
22
May
2013

Rachael Thoms achieves success at Cowra Eisteddfod

Congratulations to Rachael Thoms, lyric coloratura soprano and jazz vocalist, as well as Educational Coordinator in the School of Music...

Larry Sitsky and Le Tuyen Nguyen
08
May
2013

Larry Sitsky’s new work: Six Epigrams for guitar

The ANU School of Music proudly introduces Professor Larry Sitsky’s new work Six Epigrams for guitar which illustrates the staccato-...

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