Music students

School of Music students speak about how their programmes are equipping them with the skills to thrive in the modern music industry and extended creative avenues.

Music and Chemistry conjoint student Kihoon Sung sitting at his composition workstation smiling

Music and Chemistry conjoint student Kihoon believes the communication skills he's learnt from his Bachelor of Music are key for any successful career.

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Jimin is studying a Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Music conjoint degree because it enables her to combine her interest in music, film and theatre.

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Zosia Herlihy-O'Brien

Bachelor of Music student Zosia tells us about her first year at university.

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Jazz student Loxmyn

Bachelor of Music student Loxmyn enjoys the collaborative nature of studying jazz at the University.

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Ivan headshot, holding paper, sitting in front of a drumset

Ivan Mouraviev’s studies in musicology have inspired him to cultivate his music production skills beyond university, and pursue music production as a career.

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Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Music conjoint student Danielle gives an insight into her first year studying Popular Music at the University.

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The Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance - voice) has led to exciting performance opportunities for Manase Latu.

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Bachelor of Music (Honours) graduate Josiah Carr enjoyed his time as Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra’s Rising Star Young Composer-in-Residence.

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Denholm Orr, who is completing a Master of Music specialising in Jazz Performance, says the programme has set him on track for future employment.

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Anita Austin enjoyed the Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance) programme so much, she returned to complete her Honours year.

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Master of Music graduate Martin Qi says the facilities at the School of Music are the best he’s encountered.

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Sonic arts sets you up with skills in the technological world which you can then take into industry, says Bachelor of Music (Honours) student Garling Wu.

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