News articles related to the South African School of Music
All applicants who would like to study music at the South African College of Music in any of our under- or postgraduate programmes must play or sing an audition.
Postgraduate registration at the SACM takes place from 5 to 7 February 2014.
Every year in the so-called winter term (June/July) a course in Historically Informed Performance is offered to 4th year BMus students and occasional students from outside UCT. Several concerts by students and lecturers take place during the course. For information about the 2014 course and reports on previous courses click here.
On February 1 George Stevens was appointed lecturer in vocal studies at the South African College of Music.
The 24th October marks the death of Samuele Makoanyane in 1944. He was born in 1909. Steven Sack, as the Guest Curator of the Kirby Collection at SACM, will lead a research project into the productive but short life of this great sculptor from Lesotho. Watch this space for future developments.
A three-year project aims to initiate a revision of how we look at the history of Western music in South Africa.
Listen to PhD candidate Jo Kunnuji presenting his research, the music he investigates and new music emanating from his research.
Veit Erlmann of the University of Texas at Austin will be teaching this semester at the SACM as a Fulbright Scholar. He will be teaching an undergraduate course on the “Music of South Africa” and a postgraduate course on the “Creative Industries in Africa.”
Free lunchtime concerts presented by students and staff of the SACM take place in the Baxter Concert Hall or the Chisholm Recital Room at the SA College of Music every Thursday during term time. The concerts commence at 13h05 and fit neatly into 40 minutes.
Members of the public are invited to attend these concerts.
SASRIM cordially invites you to its ninth annual congress to be held at the South African College of Music, University of Cape Town from 16 to 18 July 2015.
This year, for the first time, two keynote speakers were approached to speak, namely Christopher Ballantine (emeritus professor, University of KwaZulu-Natal) and Lydia Goehr (professor, Columbia University). We look forward to these influential scholars’ presentations which will be a highlight of the conference.
Submissions are invited on any research topic related to music