Griffith University

Bachelor of Music in Performance

Griffith University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00233E

The Bachelor of Music in Performance builds on the skills and knowledge you gain in the Bachelor of Music. You will develop advanced skills in classical or contemporary performance. As a graduate, you will be equipped to perform in solo, chamber music, orchestras, ensembles as well as more diverse entertainment mediums.

Subjects

  • Aural Studies 1
  • Aural Studies 2
  • Aural Studies 3
  • Collaborative Piano Studies 1
  • Conservatorium Ensemble Studies
  • Exploring Music
  • French for Singers
  • German for Singers
  • Instrumental Ensemble
  • Introduction to Languages
  • Italian for Singers 1
  • Italian for Singers 2
  • Jazz Guitar Basics
  • Keyboard Foundation Skills 1
  • Keyboard Foundation Skills 2
  • Keyboard Skills (Classical Voice/Composition)
  • Keyboard Skills (Contemporary/Jazz)
  • Language and Communication for Arts and Social Sciences
  • Large Instrumental Ensemble
  • Music Materials 1
  • Music Materials 2
  • Music Materials 3
  • Music Theory 1
  • Music Theory 2
  • Music Theory 3
  • My Life as a Musician 1
  • My Life as a Musician 2
  • My Life as a Musician 3
  • Opera Ensemble
  • Pedagogy 1
  • Performance Study 1 (Part 1)
  • Performance Study 1 (Part 2)
  • Performance Study 2 (Part 1)
  • Performance Study 2 (Part 2)
  • Performance Study 3 (Part 1)
  • Performance Study 3 (Part 2)
  • Performance Study 4 (Part 1)
  • Performance Study 4 (Part 2)
  • Small Ensemble
  • Studio Musician Contemporary Music
  • Vocal Ensemble

Standard entry requirements

Completed Bachelor of Music with 5 in Performance Study 6B or 4 in Performance Study 6C

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
South Bank Campus International: $126,000 No
  • Full-time : 4 years

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