An increase in donations and a large bequest is helping Avondale continue to invest in the student experience despite a $2 million budget deficit.Read more
Why study with us?
- Weekly one-on-one lessons
- Aural Musicianship
- Harmony and Composition
- History and Musicology
- Independent Research Elective Opportunities
- Various Ensemble Options (Including Vocal, String, Wind, Guitar, and Jazz Ensembles)
- Plus: Conducting, Improvisation Classes, Keyboard Skills, and Music Technology
Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary)
Major in music in Avondale’s Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Teaching, a 4-year double degree with career opportunities such as: specialist music teacher in primary or secondary schools, music tutor and/or lecturer.
Bachelor of Arts (Music)
Major in music in Avondale’s Bachelor of Arts, a 3-year degree with career opportunities such as: music performer, concert agent and/or manager, music tutor and/or lecturer, music critic/reviewer, music administrator, and music researcher.
Certificate IV in Music Studio Teaching
If you’re engaged in music teaching, this course could assist you with further employability in both professional teaching institutions and private practice.
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TK Magazine: the power to think and do
Sharing and shaping ideas: that’s the purpose of TK, a new online magazine of news, reviews and perspectives, produced by Avondale College of Higher Education, Signs Publishing and Manifest.
It might be called The Armed Man but the piece by Welsh composer Sir Karl Jenkins that Avondale Conservatorium presents tomorrow evening (Saturday, June 2) is actually anti-war.Read more
I remember my mother waking me and tugging me up off the floor to stand with 5600 other people at the Sydney Opera House. Bedtime had come and gone, but I shuffled to my feet. Wow! The sound of the choir and the orchestra struck me. “Hallelujah! For the Lord God Omnipotent reigneth!” Messiah composer George Frideric Handel said of writing the “Hallelujah” chorus, “I did think I did see all heaven before me, and the great God himself.” But not everyone agreed. What happened after controversial and wealthy theologian Charles Jennens commissioned the story of Jesus in the new oratorio style?Read more