On completion of this course students should be able to:
- Apply the best practices of local, national and international standards in their professional performance in their chosen specialisation;
- Pursue an informed program of independent further study in their chosen area of specialisation in music;
- Provide leadership in the profession in their chosen area of specialisation in music;
- Use current technologies and assimilate the potential of emerging technologies to facilitate and heighten the dissemination of skills, knowledge and information;
- Value and participate in projects requiring team-work.
On completion of the Music Performance stream, students will have:
- Developed instrumental or vocal skills to the level expected for entry into the performance profession;
- Expanded their knowledge of repertory and style.
The Master of Music (Music Performance) is a research degree which prepares students for a career in performance.
Instrumental and vocal candidates present two major public recitals and conducting candidates prepare and conduct an ensemble in two major performances. Performances are normally presented at the 12 and 18 month points of candidature. Candidates will receive regular individual tuition and participate in the weekly Performance Class and Postgraduate Seminar.
Further performance opportunities are available through ensemble electives, including chamber music and ensemble activities.
Students can also undertake a minor thesis.