Students undertaking vocal studies at the ANU School of Music develop a broad range of vocational skills and personal attributes through the exploration of contrasting repertory, including classical, jazz, and contemporary styles. Encompassing the vibrant campus atmosphere of one of Australia’s leading universities, the School of Music offers a creative environment, state-of-the-art performance and teaching facilities, and access to one-to-one teaching from highly acclaimed staff.

Voice students have the opportunity to undertake workshops and masterclasses with leading national and international artists, to give regular solo performances and vocal chamber music concerts, as well as participation in music festivals, recordings and large-scale choral works, under the auspices of the School of Music, the University Colleges, and the broader Canberra artistic community.

Singers graduating from the ANU School of Music frequently enter the music profession as solo and ensemble performers, members of Young Artist Programs run by state opera companies, studio and classroom music educators, singer/songwriters, music producers, as well as academic researchers and writers about vocal performance, music history and voice pedagogy.




Updated:  25 July 2018/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications