The Theatre, Performance and Music Graduate Research program includes the following research based degrees:
Master of Arts – Develop your specialist knowledge, while writing a thesis of not more than 40,000 words on your program of research. A practice-based program can be taken via the MA (Music Composition) and the MA (Music Performance).
PhD (Arts) – An extensive, independent research project (80,000 words) on an agreed topic, supported by a minimum of two expert academic supervisors.
PhD (Music Composition) – a practice-based PhD including a research component as well as a creative work component.
(PhD Music Performance) – a practice-based PhD including a research component as well as a creative work component.
Theatre, Performance and Music Program Director: Stuart Grant
HDR coordinator: Joel Crotty
Musicology and Ethnomusicology: Dr Paul Watt
Music Composition : Assoc Prof Thomas Reiner
Music Performance: Classical: Assoc Prof Kenji Fujimura
Music Performance: Improvisation: Assoc Prof Robert Burke
Music Technology: Ben Grayson