Arts Education Law

Griffith nurtures the next generation of theatre talent

 Queensland Conservatorium is supporting Brisbane's emerging playwrights by commissioning a new work from a local writer each year as part of the Bachelor of Acting program. 
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Alumni

From Beethoven to the Bard – an epic season finale

Queensland Conservatorium students and alumni to perform in a blockbuster season finale featuring Beethoven's Ninth Symphony and a new work inspired by Shakespeare's feistiest females.
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Alumni

Griffith alumni recognised at Australian Women in Music Awards

Powerhouse vocalists Katie Noonan and Dami Im have been recognised on the national stage.
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Arts Education Law

Researcher partners with British Museum to save endangered musical traditions

Griffith music researcher Dr Catherine Grant got the opportunity to go behind the scenes at the British Museum.
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Alumni

Griffith film projects light up the screen at BIFF

A host of Griffith Film School projects will premiere at the Brisbane International Film Festival (BiFF).
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Arts Education Law

The sky’s the limit for musical theatre students

Griffith musical theatre students are being put through their paces by Tony-Award winning Broadway star Faith Prince at QPAC this week.
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Arts Education Law

Australia’s best young musicians flock to Griffith for SHEP 

More than a thousand young musicians will gather at the Queensland Conservatorium for the State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP).
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Alumni

Griffith alumni awarded prestigious Churchill Fellowships

Four Griffith graduates have been awarded Churchill Fellowships to explore some of the country's most pressing and emerging challenges.
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Alumni

Griffith guitar hero wins global competition

Queensland Conservatorium guitar virtuoso Dylan Reavey has been crowned Guitar World's 2019 Guitarist of the Year.
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Alumni

Sopranos hit a high note on world stage

Queensland Conservatorium opera alumni Kiandra Howarth and Petah Chapman win two of Australia's most prestigious prizes - the Bel Canto Award and a Churchill Fellowship.
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Alumni

Remarkable music graduate wins Conservatorium Medal

How pianist Meg Burstow took a magical musical detour and won the Queensland Conservatorium Medal for Excellence.
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Alumni

It’s opera…with a twist

Reality bites when Mozart meets Married at First Sight - this is opera like you've never seen it before.
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Alumni

Scholarships allow piano alumni to take their place on the world stage

Talented piano alumni are able to continue their studies overseas thanks to a host of generous scholarships from Griffith.
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Arts Education Law

Award-winning research uses power of sound to preserve waterways

A Griffith researcher who harnessed the power of sound to help preserve the planet's waterways has been recognised at the APRA Art Music Awards.
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Arts Education Law

Les Misérables opens at Queensland Conservatorium

Griffith’s epic new production of Les Misérables opens tonight. The show features a cast of 80 students, two orchestras and more than 300 costumes over 12 epic performances.
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Alumni

Meet the Griffith grad breaking down musical barriers

Griffith alumnus Monique Clare's musical journey has taken her on some unexpected twist and turns, from teaching in Afghanistan to playing alongside Eminem.
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Alumni

Griffith alumnus goes global with Pub Choir

Queensland Conservatorium graduate Astrid Jorgensen is teaching the world to sing with her wildly successful project, Pub Choir.
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Business and government

Whistleblowers are key to fighting corruption

Whistleblowers are an integral part of fighting corruption, according to Griffith University Professor AJ Brown.
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