Interactive Composition at the Conservatorium encourages initiative, entrepreneurship and creative skills in a contemporary music context. 

Interactive Composition staff Associate Professor Mark Pollard, Dr Anthony Lyons and David Haberfeld. Photo: Ponch Hawkes, 2017.

Study interactive composition at the Conservatorium

Interactive Composition focuses on commercially driven cross-art modes of composition and may include writing music for events, film, television, animation, theatre, music theatre, dance, pop song, advertising, video gaming, online, installation art and sound design.

Composers create new artistic work in group environments and embrace the theoretical and practical study of the harmonic, melodic, rhythmic and formal structures and process of contemporary music.

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