What you will learn
Work together on composing songs, putting on shows, performing at Te Auaha and playing gigs at music venues around Wellington.
- Learn how to engage your audience and perform music at a professional level
- Develop your technical playing ability to help you pursue your dream career
- Learn how to apply music theory so you can read and write music at the next level
- Build up your own portfolio of musical works
Music programmes are taught in facilities that include:
- Recording studios
- Digi labs with Apple computers
- Music production suites
- Performance room equipped with lighting, PA, projector and large screen and performance equipment.
- Fully equipped band rehearsal rooms.
- Fully equipped DJ booths
- Individual practice rooms, equipped with keyboards, stereos and practice amps.
- Specialist music teaching rooms
- Keyboard theory lab
- Music library
- Student music listening area
Graduates can work in roles such as:
- live performer
- music tuition
- composing/arranging in a broad range of industry contexts
- producing live or recorded music
NCEA level 2 or equivalent qualification/work experience AND evidence of ability based on an audition.
IELTS 5.5 with no band score lower than 5.0 (or equivalent) and academic requirements.
* International fees shown here do not include insurance and administration (currently approximately $780 per year of study)
Own instrument unless a vocalist. Optional but recommended: laptop computer and multimedia software.