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The Bachelor of Music is grounded in the vibrant cultural community that is the University of Tasmania's Conservatorium of Music. As the University's premiere music degree, you can expect an exciting diversity of experiences, creative partnerships and facilities designed to prepare you for life as a professional musician or related artistic career.

Music is about expression and artistry, but it is also about discipline and preparation. Whether your instrument is cello, voice or technology; your style jazz, hip-hop or classical; your music improvised, standards or remixes; our courses will have you performing and exploring historical music contexts in multiple ensembles.

The Conservatorium of Music not only provides world-class staff, facilities, study and performance opportunities, but the personal attention and incredible working relationships that are only possible in a smaller institution. Spend more time realising your creative potential studying music in Australia’s most affordable university city*.

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CREATIVE COMMUNITY  
Experience one-on-one tuition in many specialisations of this degree and build closer relationships with staff, students and industry professionals. Be a part of Tasmania’s intimate and internationally recognised creative community.   

PARTNERSHIPS   
Take part in internationally acclaimed festivals such as Mofo, Dark Mofo and the Festival of Voices, and engage with visiting artists and professional musicians through partnerships with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and other institutions. 

PARTNERSHIPS 
Take part in internationally acclaimed festivals such as MofoDark Mofo and the Festival of Voices, and engage with visiting artists and professional musicians through partnerships with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and other institutions.  

CREATIVE COMMUNITY
Experience one-on-one tuition in many specialisations of this degree and build closer relationships with staff, students and industry professionals. Be a part of Tasmania’s intimate and internationally recognised creative community.  

MUSIC VERSATILITY  
Explore music composition, songwriting, performance or music technology across a wide range of styles with the University of Tasmania’s premiere music degree. Combine subjects to increase your music versatility and career opportunities.  

MUSIC VERSATILITY  
Explore music composition, songwriting, performance or music technology across a wide range of styles with the University of Tasmania’s premiere music degree. Combine subjects to increase your music versatility and career opportunities.  
 
 

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Duration: 3 YEARS 

Location: HOBART

Intakes: FEBRUARY & JULY       

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Julian Black
Bachelor of Music Graduate  
Julian moved from Sydney to study his Bachelor of Music at UTAS. In Hobart, he discovered how widely encouraged the arts scene is, met many talented musicians, and began accumulating a large portfolio giving him a range of pathways to pursue.   

The Hedberg, a creative industries and performing arts project, will be a contemporary landmark, co-located with and enhancing Hobart’s beloved Theatre Royal.

It is one of Tasmania’s most ambitious arts projects – a $96 million creative industries and performing arts development.

Once complete, it will encompass the Theatre Royal and the University Conservatorium of Music.

The project is being realized as part of, and will further contribute to, our state’s cultural and artistic resurgence.

The design will incorporate cutting-edge technologies and inviting public spaces to enhance Tasmania’s position as a leader in the creative, performing and digital arts.

The precinct aspires to be a destination that delivers a vibrant and exciting place for a range of audiences - the general public, tourists, researchers, educators, students and audiences.

Setting the stage
A new home for the University Conservatorium of Music