BA Degree in Performing Arts in Oceania

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Performing Arts

A Bachelor of Arts (BA) is a degree that is given to students who successfully complete a three or four year program at a university or other educational institution. It honors focused study and specialized knowledge on a subject.

The study of performing arts focuses on both the theoretical and practical approaches in the many forms of artistic demonstration, including theater, music and dance. Students can study music either through an academic approach, a technical one, or both.

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Bachelor of Arts in Music Production

Collarts - Study Music, Arts & Entertainment Courses With Collarts
Campus Full time January 2018 Australia South Melbourne Fitzroy Melbourne + 1 more

The Bachelor of Arts (Music Production) develops your understanding of the business and management side of the music and entertainment industries. You will build your practical mastery and theoretical understanding of music production techniques, including studio recording, mix engineering, song arrangement, sound design, synthesis and songwriting, while developing a strong portfolio of work that will demonstrate experience in these fields. The Degree can be completed in six trimesters (two years) of full-time study. [+]

The Bachelor of Arts (Music Production) combines performance, technology, composition, audio and industry skills to deliver a multifaceted music education. Whether you are an experienced producer, songwriter, DJ, performer, composer or engineer, or just starting out, this course provides you with comprehensive practical skills and knowledge.

You will be trained and mentored by industry experts who are currently working as music producers, audio professionals, recording artists and music creators, as well as learning from artist managers, studio engineers, and live sound technicians. You will master a variety of software applications and be mentored in small class sizes, undertaking fundamental units in audio recording, digital audio workstations, music performance, digital and electronic instruments, music technology and music business management. Students also gain a well-rounded understanding of the music production industry in Australia and overseas.... [-]


Bachelor of Arts in Music

Collarts - Study Music, Arts & Entertainment Courses With Collarts
Campus Full time January 2018 Australia South Melbourne Fitzroy Melbourne + 1 more

The Bachelor of Arts (Music) balances creative, technical and industry-related skills, with a focus on contemporary music performance and songwriting. The Degree can be completed in six trimesters (two years) of full-time study. [+]

If you dream of a career as a Songwriter, Recording Artist, Sessional Musician, or if you want to work as a Music Director, Composer, Music Teacher or Music Arranger then a course in Music is for you.

Working with our ARIA-Award-winning teaching staff, you will extensively develop your ability in solo and collaborative music performance, music analysis, songwriting, technical musicianship and you will work closely with industry professionals.

The Bachelor of Arts (Music) balances creative, technical and industry-related skills, with a focus on contemporary music performance and songwriting. The Degree can be completed in six trimesters (two years) of full-time study.

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Bachelor of Recording Arts

SAE Institute New Zealand
Campus Full time 2 years March 2018 New Zealand Auckland

The Bachelor of Recording Arts is an opportunity to deepen your understanding of the audio and music industries, incorporating the development of creative skills and research methods necessary in today’s highly competitive industry environment. [+]

The Bachelor of Recording Arts is an opportunity to deepen your understanding of the audio and music industries, incorporating the development of creative skills and research methods necessary in today’s highly competitive industry environment.

Apart from furthering the development of music production skills relevant to commercial and non-commercial music markets, this stage also develops the understanding of relevant aspects of business management and legal matters as well as communication and research skills.

You will meet high profile industry professionals up close in small workshops and seminars who can give you an insight into their perspectives, and share their knowledge and experience. This degree is research based, opening the way to the highest levels of academic education (master's and PhD). SAE has a number of pathways into several programmes of study in New Zealand and overseas.... [-]