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 to be rolled out in 2014 opens up a wide range of opportunities and pathways for students.
Christchurch has suffered liquefaction in the past
5 March 2014 Fresh research has found Christchurch has previously experienced liquefaction in an earthquake, most likely the 1869 Christchurch earthquake. (read article)
New Bachelor of Music Degree
From 2014 the School of Music will introduce a new Bachelor of Music degree. The new degree has been constructed to address a broad range of career needs of aspiring professional musicians.
4th edition of in Tune.
in Tune will keep music practitoners and supporters in Christchurch up to date with what is happening in the School. The August issue introduces the new Bachelor of Music degree commencing in 2014.
New Head of School Associate Professor Glenda Keam
An Introduction by Robert Constable - Glenda Keam a composer, teacher and respected leader joins the School of Music staff.
Composition Workshop with Delaney Davidson
Monday 10 March: 3:30-5:30pm
UoC School of Music, Room 205.
UoC SoM Graduate Tony Lin - Piano recital
Saturday 15 March: 4pm-5:20pm St Augustines Anglican Church, 5 Cracroft Terrace, Cashmere. Works by Bach, Schoenberg, Mozart and Brahms. For reserve seating email email@example.com. $10pp, $5pp for Music Centre friends and students
Everything from the degree structure... to the social element of campus is so enjoyable...
Matt Everingham Studying towards a Bachelor of Music and a Bachelor of Laws
Announcements and Events
Events at the School of Music this week
Monday 3 March
Tuesday 4 March