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Classical Performance

Classical music is an evolving art form that requires creative, versatile musicians who can quickly and skilfully adapt to a wide range of performance situations.

Dr Arabella Teniswood-Harvey, Coordinator of Classical Performance
Arabella Teniswood-Harvey

Today’s most innovative musicians bring fresh and exciting perspectives to the music of the past, whilst extending and maintaining the relevance of this magnificent tradition through the creation of new work.

At the University of Tasmania Conservatorium of Music, we enable you to develop the instrumental, vocal and performance skills that will equip you in a multitude of situations, including solo and ensemble performances, improvisation and collaboration.

As a Classical performance student, you will enjoy a close association with the composition stream, providing the opportunity to workshop and premiere new works, and develop creative partnerships that can last a lifetime.

Dr Arabella Teniswood-Harvey

Classical Voice Acting-Coordinator:
Amanda Hodder

Conducting Coordinator (Honours, Masters and Research Degrees):
Johannes Fritzsch

Academic Staff:
Shan Deng, Matthew Goddard , Yoram Levy, Andrew Seymour and David Malone.

If you would like to discuss your own practice or ambitions, contact our staff to arrange a casual consultation today.

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