UNE Bachelor of Music
Students are able to apply now to begin a UNE Bachelor of Music in Trimester 3, 2021 or Trimester 1, 2022 at une.edu.au/music
Close 7 October, start 25 October 2021
Close 9 February, start 28 February 2022
More information: une.edu.au/music
UNE has developed exciting partnerships with regional conservatoriums so students enrolled in the Bachelor of Music can undertake weekly one-to-one instrumental/vocal tuition under the guidance of highly experienced teachers and tutors, in their home town. Hume Conservatorium has commenced this new three year Bachelor of Music program in 2021.
Guided by the experience and expertise of HumeCon’s teachers, students will complete a series of units in instrumental or vocal instruction, which comprises weekly one-to-one instrumental lessons alongside a host of activities provided by HumeCon and the community. These include participation in large and small ensembles, masterclasses and workshops with world-class special guest musicians, accompanying and/or conducting work, and public performances. Students can also develop skills in performance management, ensemble development, and community music through their own initiatives with the support from both their host institution and UNE. Students will complete a range of online units in performance, composition, music technology and musicology, delivered by UNE staff through their online learning platform. Students can take advantage of UNE staff and activities, in addition to participating in a larger music community through the online learning environment.
The units are offered in Trimesters 1 and 2 to align with HumeCon's teaching semesters. They explore the repertoire and essential skills in musical technique, expression and performance appropriate to the student's individual development. Students focus on the stylistic and interpretative characteristics of repertoire as well as performance planning, individual preparation, practice, and rehearsals by taking part in a range of musical activities including ensemble participation. Throughout the trimester, students will keep a logbook of performance, practice, planning and rehearsal activities, culminating in a live performance at the end of the unit.