Classical Keyboard

Students undertaking keyboard studies at the ANU School of Music have the unique opportunity to study piano, organ, electronic keyboards, carillon, or historical keyboards with some of Australia’s finest exponents in these fields. With an emphasis on eclecticism and practice-led research, keyboard studies at the ANU School of Music can range anywhere from intensive one-on-one lessons, to studying to be a repetiteur, to experimental group improvisation on a range of different keyboards. Keyboard students at the ANU School of Music additionally have access to the finest collection of historical keyboards in the southern hemisphere.

Keyboard students have the opportunity to participate in the vibrant cultural and creative life of the ANU as well as benefit from masterclasses, seminars, and workshops with national and international keyboardists of the highest calibre.

The ANU School of Music is ideally suited for keyboardists who fall outside the traditional concert pianist model and wish to pursue keyboard studies that relate to historical performance, improvisation both ancient and modern, repetiteuring, vocal coaching, accompanying, concert organ and carillon, and rock and popular music keyboards.”


Classical Keyboard



Updated:  22 January 2018/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications