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Bachelor of Music
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Bachelor of Music - Perth - WESTERN AUSTRALIA - Western Australia Bachelor of Music - Perth - WESTERN AUSTRALIA - Western Australia
Prepares students for entry into the music profession. The course divides into five majors. Disciplines offered include: Classical Performance; Jazz Performance; Composition; Music Technology; and Music Studies. With strengths in performance, composition, musicology, music technology and theory, this course is taught by a staff of expert scholars and performers whose expertise spans the whole gamut of the music world today.
Entry Requirements:
Prospective students must apply through TISC and also to the Academy Admissions Officer. For each applicant the Academy Admissions Officer will arrange a practical/theoretical test and an interview (normally held in November ‑ December). Further information on audition requirements and procedures is available from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts
Bachelor of Music
Course Description:
Related careers
Musician, Performance Artist, Composer, Performer, Entertainer

This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa.
Bachelor of Music students can study unitsets in the following disciplines as part of this course:

    * Classical Performance
    * Composition
    * Contemporary
    * Jazz Performance
    * Music Studies
    * Music Technology

This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

At the outset students choose from one of the following five majors:

    * Classical Performance
    * Jazz Performance
    * Music Technology
    * Composition
    * Music Studies

With the exception of common core subjects, the course has an internal flexibility that allows the student the choice of whether to narrowly pursue their major or, alternatively, to take a path that deliberately crosses genres. Thus, while this course is unique in being able to offer such rich interdisciplinary routes (e.g. the Classical trombonist who takes classes in Jazz improvisation; the composer who works with dance or the Technology students who takes classes in counterpoint etc.), it can also accommodate students who are single-minded and intense in their focus (e.g. the no compromise Classical violinist; the Jazz improviser specialising in bebop and the film-music composer working only in electronic media etc.).

The course is divided into a sequential arrangement of four cornerstones of music.

1. Principal Studies encapsulates the principal practice of each major. For performers - solo instrumental/vocal tuition is offered, as is experience and training in ensemble work and public performance skills. Composers and music technology students follow a path that is both creative and theoretical, and students following the music studies major pursue largely historical/analytical/critical studies.
2. Music History and Culture: in addition to offering a broad range of historical surveys and specialist seminars, offers modules in research skills and generic communication skills for the professional musician.
3. Music Techniques: comprises a sequentially graded course in music theory, aural training, improvisation, harmony, counterpoint, keyboard and composition skills.
4. Ensembles and Projects: Small and large ensembles in a variety of genres; specialist projects across a range of musical topics and the opportunity to undertake electives from a multiplicity of areas.
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