The ANU School of Music is a place of discovery and exploration and a hub for all things musical in Canberra and the region. The School features first class programs in classical and jazz performance as well as multimedia composition, electronic music, audio recording and ethnomusicology. The School has a number of state-of-the-art venues including Llewellyn Hall, Canberra's premier concert hall and one of the finest acoustic venues in Australia. In 2017 the School of Music recording studio was launched by the Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt AC, and is the cornerstone of the school's vision as the world's leading 21st century music school. Detour up to Level 5 in the School of Music Building on Open Day, for a tour of the recording studio, or enjoy a coffee, food and the view, while you find out about the programs offered at the School, such as;
- the new Degree in Film and Video Games Composition,
- the option of including Music in a Flexible Double Degree with, for example Law, Science or Business and Economics,
- elective courses which are open to all Undergraduate ANU students, such as the Music Ensemble Course or Music Technology in the recording studio.