School of Music
The School of Music offers an exciting range of courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels in performance, composition, digital music, ethno-musicology, music history and research, musicianship and music education. The new Bachelor of Music Degree rolled out in 2014, opens up a wide range of opportunities and pathways for students.
Recently we talked to some UC Music students to find out what it was like to study Music at the University of Canterbury. See their videos here
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Virtuoso violinist adds new string to his bow
20 June 2016 With an established international music career based in the United States, Professor Mark Menzies is answering a trans-Pacific calling from his alma mater, UC. (read article)
Bachelor of Music Degree
The School of Music's Bachelor of Music degree has been constructed to address a broad range of career needs of aspiring professional musicians.
School of Music Newsletter
Fresh and local .... Music on your doorstep.
Keeping you up to date with music events involving current and past staff and students
Partnership with CSM
The University of Canterbury has a key partnership with the Christchurch School of Music
Head of Performance Professor Mark Menzies
We are delighted to announce that Professor Mark Menzies has joined UC School of Music as Head of Performance
Announcements and Events
Tuesday, September 27 at 7 PM - 9 PM, The Piano: Centre for Music and the Arts
Monday, September 26 at 3:30 PM - 5 PM, Room 205, School of Music, University of Canterbury, Christchurch
Wednesday, September 28 at 8 PM - 10 PM, Wunderbar Lyttelton
Tuesday, September 27 at 4 PM - 5 PM, The Piano: Centre for Music and the Arts
Saturday 4 - Monday 6 February (Waitangi Weekend) featuring Emily Beynon. A Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music in London, Emily is a world class flute player and highly regarded teacher with a long history as principal flute of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam and also performs with many other orchestras across Europe. Emily will give master classes throughout the symposium's three days, and will perform as part of a gala concert on Sunday evening 5 February.
More news at the UC Arts News Archive