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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Arts Education Law

Amazing Grace snares national percussion prize

Queensland Conservatorium student Grace Kruger has won Australia’s most prestigious percussion prize – the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Snare Drum Award.
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Arts Education Law

Musical theatre students prepare for epic production of Les Misérables

Love, redemption, revolution...Griffith's musical theatre students are gearing up for their mainstage show - a blockbuster production of Les Misérables.
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Arts Education Law

Piano virtuoso wins scholarship to study at Griffith

Gold Coast piano virtuoso Nina Fan is the inaugural recipient of the Emily Reinhardt Piano Scholarship - part of a $1 million bequest to the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.
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Alumni

Griffith grad in Eurovision top ten

Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University alumnus Kate Miller-Heidke made it to the top ten at Eurovision 2019.
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Alumni

Griffith grad powers into Eurovision finals

Griffith alumnus Kate Miller-Heidke has secured her spot in the Eurovision Song Contest finals with a gravity defying performance in Tel Aviv. Miller-Heidke performed her genre-bending ballad Zero Gravity in the 17-nation semi-final this morning, singing for a global television audience of 200 million. “Thank you so much for voting for me,” she said in a […]
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Alumni

Griffith grad Kate Miller-Heidke flies the flag for Australia at Eurovision

Griffith alumnus Kate Miller-Heidke will fly the flag for Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest this week in Tel Aviv.
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Arts Education Law

The sound of healing

The act of listening can help Indigenous prisoners reconnect with their culture and benefit their health and wellbeing, according to a new project by creative arts and health researchers at Griffith.
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Alumni

Griffith unveils musical masterpiece for Bleach* Festival

The centrepiece of the Bleach* Festival will be a blockbuster outdoor performance of Verdi’s Requiem, featuring students and alumni from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.
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Arts Education Law

Creating a sonic playground

Music and design faculty are creating a sonic playground at the Brisbane Powerhouse this weekend as part of the Curiocity Festival.
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Academic Administration

Artwork takes viewers on a sonic adventure

Music and design faculty from Griffith's South Bank campus have created a stunning sonic sculpture as part of the inaugural Curiocity festival.
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Alumni

Griffith industry partner wins national performing arts award

Bleach* Festival, founded by Griffith alumnus Louise Bezzina, has received a $90,000 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Award.
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Alumni

Musical theatre graduates in the spotlight

Griffith musical theatre graduates are starring in some of the biggest new shows to hit Australia, creating serious industry buzz with a series of stellar performances.
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Arts Education Law

Queensland Conservatorium launches 2019 concert season

The Queensland Conservatorium has unveiled its 2019 concert season, which promises to deliver another year of remarkable performances and industry collaboration.
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