Your career opportunities will vary depending on your chosen areas of specialisation. As a graduate of the Bachelor of Music, you will be prepared for a career as...Read more
Your career opportunities will vary depending on your chosen areas of specialisation. As a graduate of the Bachelor of Music, you will be prepared for a career as an instrumentalist or vocalist, or in many other areas.
Through self-directed project work, you will transition from student to professional life while still in the supportive Conservatorium environment. You will have opportunities to refine your skills, focus and target your professional options and gain first-hand professional experience in your chosen area.
You will have a clear understanding of what's required by instrumental and vocal ensembles and companies, orchestras, theatre, media, the entertainment industry and community arts.
As a jazz musician, you will be equipped to work at a high professional level in jazz, musical theatre, media and entertainment.
If you have trained as a composer, you may seek to establish an independent career writing or arranging for film, plays, television, concert performance or musical theatre.
Increasingly, the contemporary composer works in a multimedia environment and, appropriately skilled, has opportunities in a range of creative fields in the burgeoning new technology area.
If you have included pedagogy electives in your studies, you may be equipped to undertake instrumental or vocal teaching. If you complete a graduate entry teacher preparation degree following completion of the Bachelor of Music, you will be eligible to apply for registration as a teacher in Queensland.