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The Bachelor of Contemporary Music equips graduates for a range of career pathways and reflects the diverse creative practices that are part of music-making in the 21st century. Specialise in performance, professional industry studies and/or music education.
Students draw from the rich music scene of the northern New South Wales, including annual events such as Splendour in the Grass and the Byron Bay Bluesfest. Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) music workshops, featuring visiting artists, are held on campus.
Many students perform at North Coast entertainment venues or form bands and have the opportunity to regularly use the state-of- the-art studio and performance space Studio One29, in the contemporary music building, for rehearsal and performance.
Graduates pursue work in the entertainment industry as performers, recording and mastering engineers, recording studio managers, music event promoters, music store/franchise owners, composers for television and advertising and in other music-related businesses.
- Contemporary Music course options and how to apply
- Course Enrolment Guide
- Women in Music Website
Updated: 29 April 2013