In studying music you acquire a range of skills, knowledge and experiences that complement your studies and enhance your future career. Through music you can expand your cultural horizons, nurture your creative skills and build networks and friendships that will last a lifetime.
The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music offers a wide range of ensemble options to students who are not studying music. There are ensembles suited for more experienced students as well as ensembles for beginners.
- Music Studies
The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music offers a broad range of music studies subjects catering to all levels of musical background, from the complete beginner to the experienced musician.
- University Handbook
The Handbook is the primary source of information about courses, subjects, and breadth tracks offered by the University.
You can select from a wide range of musical disciplines such as ensemble performance, introductory music studies, music language and the history and social context of music. While individual tuition in music performance or composition is not available through breadth studies, performance opportunities do exist through ensemble subject options. Your current level of musical background will determine which music subjects are most appropriate to you.