School of Music

New Zealand's largest and most comprehensive music school.

Our school is a hub of performance, research and creativity.

About our School

Explore the range of programmes available at the School of Music.

Our programmes

The School is home to many leading performers, researchers and teachers with local and international experience.

Meet our staff

Meet our current students and hear from alumni thriving in the music industry.

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Explore the courses you can enrol into for your degree.

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Our students benefit from dedicated studios, rehearsal spaces, libraries and study areas.

Our facilities

We have a collection of student and staff ensembles who perform regularly.

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Territory of the Heart (2017) by composition student Riley Cahill

Watch the esteemed NZTrio perform School of Music student Riley Cahill's winning work from the biannual national tertiary NZTrio Composing Competition 2017.

Head to our YouTube channel for more performances from our staff and students

Congratulations to Associate Professor Eve de Castro-Robinson, who has been named Best Classical Artist at the NZ Music Awards.

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We regularly host events showcasing our students, staff and invited guests.

What's on

Giving young singers an opportunity to sing in a quality a cappella chamber ensemble.

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Staff and student explorations in pedagogy, composition, musicology and performance.

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