Welcome to the ANU School of Music! Here you will find performing, educational, and research opportunities in music at the highest level across a wide range of musical genres and cultural contexts.

Our courses and degree programs are designed to help you attain the skills, experiences, and outlook to help you negotiate a successful career in music, or simply understand, appreciate, and perform it better. A world-class teaching faculty is supported by a busy schedule of distinguished artists in residence and ensembles.  You will also have opportunities to contribute to the development of local musical culture as well as better understand the historic and contemporary musical contexts of indigenous Australia.

Reflecting its central place in the cultural life of the nation's capital city, the School of Music also presents a busy program of in-house activities such as lectures, workshops, demonstrations, master classes, community arts events, and concerts, many held in our world-class concert hall, Llewellyn Hall. The Hall also hosts a wide variety of public performances by touring national and international artists.

Whatever your connection with the School, be it as a student, visiting fellow, distinguished artist in residence, or member of the wider community, you are encouraged to explore, and contribute to, the rich academic and co-curricula life to be found across the campus of ANU. The School is here to encourage, inspire, and feed your passion.

Updated:  1 February 2018/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications