Graduate research seminar

Graduate research students enrolled at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music in the disciplines of Composition, Music Performance, Music Psychology and Musicology/Ethnomusicology are required to attend Postgraduate Seminar and present a paper. Seminar details for the current semester are listed below.

Graduate research seminar

Students enrolled in Composition, Music Performance, Music Psychology and Musicology/Ethnomusicology must attend a minimum of 27 seminars while enrolled in their course and must give at least one paper. Composition students also attend Composition Seminar. All other discipline areas arrange their own seminars.

The Graduate Research Seminar is held weekly, every Thursday during semester.

The seminar can be a joint seminar or there can be a separate seminar for Music Performance.

Details

  • Seminars are held at 11am each Thursday during semester
  • Seminars are held in Teaching Studio 7C (Building 880 - Conservatorium, Sturt St Southbank Room 709) for students studying Composition, Music Psychology and Musicology/Ethnomusicology.
  • For students in Music Performance seminars are held in Prudence Myer Studio (Building 880 - Conservatorium, Sturt St Southbank Room 513).
  • Joint seminars are held in Prudence Myer Studio (Building 880 - Conservatorium, Sturt St Southbank Room 513).
  • Composition Seminar is held on Wednesday at 3.15pm in the Teaching Studio in Room 810, Building 880 - Conservatorium, Sturt St Southbank.

Seminar Schedule

Semester 2 2019

Venues
  • Seminar (Composition, Music Psychology and Musicology/Ethnomusicology): Studio 7C (Room 709)
  • Seminar (Music Performance): Prudence Myer Studio (Room 513)
  • Seminar (Joint seminars): Prudence Myer Studio (Room 513)
Time

Thursday 11.00am–1.00pm

Schedule update forthcoming for Semester 2 2019.

Full schedule