Ensembles

The School of Music offers a wide range of ensemble opportunities for all members of the ANU community including staff, students and visitors. The ensemble offerings vary from year to year. A core group of ensembles form part of the Performance Major for students studying the Bachelor of Music. Entry to these ensembles is based on audition and ensemble need.

» Find out more about the Ensemble Program at the ANU Programs and Courses website

ANU Chamber Choir

ANU Chamber Choir

Choral music from the Sixteenth Century to today

Directed by: Mr Tobias Cole , Mr John Mackey
Rehearsal: Wednesday 4pm to 6pm
Larry Sitsky Recital Room

ANU Chamber Music Ensembles

ANU Chamber Music Ensembles

Form a small ensemble to experience an extensive range of chamber music repertoire through the centuries

Directed by: Dr Mike Lee
Rehearsal: Monday 10am - 12pm
Larry Sitsky Recital Room

ANU Guitar Ensemble

ANU Guitar Ensemble

Chamber ensemble music for Guitar

Directed by:
Rehearsal: Friday 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Lecture Theatre 1

ANU Jazz Collective

ANU Jazz Collective

6-10 piece Modern Jazz Ensemble

Directed by: Mr Miroslav Bukovsky
Rehearsal: Tuesday 13.00-15.00
Band Room

ANU Jazz Combos

ANU Jazz-Contemporary Combos

Play traditonal and innovative styles of jazz in small ensembles

Directed by: Mr Greg Stott
Rehearsal: Friday 11.00am - 1:00pm
Band Room (plus break out room)

ANU Jazz Choir

ANU Jazz-Contemporary Vocal Ensemble

Contemporary choral music & close-voice harmony, a cappella & with rhythm section

Directed by: Ms Sally Marett
Rehearsal: Friday 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Big Band Room

ANU School of Music/Canberra Symphony Orchestra "Side by Side" Chamber Orchestra

Professional Training Orchestra

Directed by: Mr Max McBride
Rehearsal:

Band of the RMC Duntroon

Band of the RMC Duntroon

Concert Band

Directed by:
Rehearsal:
RMC Duntroon

The Band of the Royal Military College, often referred to as RMC Band or the Duntroon Band is based in Canberra. Its role for the Army and the Australian Defence Force is predominantly ceremonial in support of Vice-Regal and government agencies, Defence Headquarters and the Royal Military College, but off the parade ground it performs as a concert band and has a variety of smaller ensembles as well.

These ensembles include a concert band, marching band, stage band, woodwind quintet, brass quintet, jazz ensemble, rock band, dixie band (known as the Steamboat Stompers), saxophone quartet, clarinet quartet, and woodwind trio. This versatility enables the band to cover all ceremonial tasking in the ACT and to perform a regional role through community engagement.

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Updated:  8 January 2018/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications