Redefine your potential

The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music is one of the most vibrant centres for music study in Australia. Be led by internationally renowned performer-teachers who will help develop your instrumental or vocal potential to the fullest.

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Bachelor of Music sessions

Watch an overview session for the Bachelor of Music. Find out about the course structure, specialisations, careers, entry requirements and plenty more

Learn more about your Bachelor of Music specialisation

The Bachelor of Music is an opportunity to undertake in-depth study in Performance, Composition, Musicology, Ethnomusicology, Interactive Composition and Jazz and Improvisation.

What could you create?

To celebrate the power of artistic minds and the launch of our redeveloped Southbank campus, we gave 30 of our current students and alumni their first commission.

Take a look at their artistic works.

First Commissions: Danna Yun, inspired by 'David'

Meet Bachelor of Music (Jazz & Improvisation) and NCP Global Mobility Grant recipient, Jade Nyde

"I feel this year has already provided the greatest artistic growth for me, and I recognise who I am as a creator and how I want to perform. With my composition and improvisation, I am now trying to see how I can embrace a feeling of unconventionality; by creating pieces that are grandiose and inter-disciplinary."

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Get a taste of the Bachelor of Music

The University of Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, and a select number of Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance) students, perform The William Tell Overture with Peter Dixon, Principal cellist of the BBC Philharmonic.Led by Associate Professor in Music and Head of Orchestral Studies, Richard Davis, watch as our students embrace this ambitious, recording-in-isolation project.

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