Discipline of Music

Discipline of Music

Ayanda Mpama
BA Music & Drama Performance (2005)

"We should not only be creating, we also have to look at the way we live"

Ms Thabile Buthelezi
MA (Applied Ethnomusicology)

The first South African student to receive the prestigious Choreomundus: International Master in Dance Knowledge, Practice and Heritage Scholarship. Choreomundus is an Erasmus Mundus programme that investigates dance and other movement systems (ritual practices, martial arts, games and physical theatre) as intangible cultural heritage
Thulile Zama
BA Music (2007)

“Thulile Zama keeps the fires burning at Africa’s oldest Jazz Centre”

Prof. Chatradari Devroop

Head of the Discipline
devroopc@ukzn.ac.za
031-260-1349

Welcome Message from the Head of the Discipline

Welcome to the University of KwaZulu Natal’s music department. Here you will find a vibrant community of staff members who are active musicians and scholars. Their commitment to mentoring students in the multifaceted art of music-making (including performance, theory, aural, history and technology) ensures that students can mature into musicians capable of performing, composing and producing research at the highest levels. Our department boasts a state of the art electro-acoustic studio and a well-stocked library. Feel free to contact us for detailed information about our course offerings at undergraduate and post graduate levels.  

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