Facilities & Student Experience

Students studying Music at Box Hill Institute have access to professional studios and collaboration programs to prepare them for a successful career in the industry.

Creative Cup program

Student Collaboration

The Creative Cup is 4-day program aimed at high level collaboration between not only the music disciplines (Business, Performance, Songwriting, Production), but also the other creative areas such as Graphic Design and Fashion. Teams of students have to create all assets linked to a music release: to write, produce, record a song, be styled for photoshoots, have album art and media assets designed and a release strategy developed.

The Creative Cup allows the next generation of music professionals to create and collaborate, foster new friendships, social groups and early career networks across the multiple creative cohorts.

Tremorverse Records

The role of Tremorverse, our independent recording label, is as a seeding ground for artists early in their musical career. It is ambitious and outward looking. Submissions for the compilations are considered from many different sources.

Tremorverse works with the music students, graphic designers, fashion students and music business students and the input from the students brings freshness and vitality to the Label. This diversity of talent and dozens of A and R scouts means that the label is full of inspiration and collaboration.

Tremorverse Stationary out now

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Music Studios

Students at Box Hill Institute have access to our world class facilities, blending the latest in studio design with classic equipment.

The new music school facility includes a range of recording studios, film production suites, practice rooms, and a flexible 250-seat performance space. Acoustics and audio visual engineering company, Hanson Associates has provided fully integrated engineering solutions including studio design, vibration isolation, auditorium acoustics, noise control, and production systems.

In the past, these studios have hosted the likes of Midnight Oil, Elvis Costello, Paul Kelly, Powderfinger, and many more. The music school facility will become a hub for industry players to record, impart their experience to students, and perform in the state of the art performance space.