We offer advanced tuition in performance, composition/songwriting and studio production, as well as the academic study of music theory and history.
Here at Otago, you have the opportunity to explore classical, traditional and contemporary musics from Aotearoa and elsewhere in the world.
Study Music for your bachelor’s degree
Study Music Performance
There are four main options for first-year students interested in studying performance.
Papers in Music Performance (singing and instruments)
Undergraduate study options
You can study Music:
- in a specialised Bachelor of Music (MusB) degree
- as a major in the following degrees: Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Arts and Commerce (BACom), Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc)
- as a specialised minor in a range of degrees, or
- as stand-alone interest papers
Studying Music for your bachelor’s degree
Study Music at postgraduate level
If you are interested in studying Music at postgraduate level, there are a number of degree options available.
Postgraduate study options in Music
Auditions are required for our Music Performance papers, both Classical and Contemporary. For more information, including dates and links to the application forms, visit:
Audition information for Music and Bachelor of Performing Arts programmes