Arts Education Law

Irene Bartlett: Vocal coach for “Elvis” movie and a three-decade career that has fostered singers across the globe

Irene Bartlett has had a long, illustrious career as a vocal coach, teacher, and mentor to generations of singers across the globe.
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Griffith and QPAC partnership brings Queensland’s best talent to Queensland’s best stages

Musical theatre students at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University have never been closer to performing on the professional stage following the announcement of a partnership with QPAC.
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Alumni

2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours for Griffith

Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University teachers Oleg Stepanov OAM and Natasha Vlassenko OAM head a number of Griffith staff, former staff and alumni recognised in the 2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Mr Stepanov and Mrs Vlasssenko, considered world class pianists and teachers, were awarded an Order of the Medal of Australia for their service to the […]
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Griffith takes creative arts to the outback 

Griffith's music, visual arts and film programs recently travelled to regional Queensland.
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Creative collaboration the key to success

Actors from the Queensland Conservatorium have collaborated with industry professionals and student composers to create a thought-provoking new production of the theatre classic, Summerfolk.
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En pointe: Griffith partners with Queensland Ballet 

Griffith University has entered a new three-year partnership with Queensland Ballet. 
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Educators receive national recognition at AAUT

Griffith University educators have been recognised in the Australian Awards for University Teaching.
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Alumni

Griffith celebrates high achievers with honorary doctorates

Four honorary doctorate recipients joined more than 5,500 graduating students at ceremonies in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast this week.
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Alumni

Games design students use tech to tackle big issues

Games students have designed a series of interactive ‘games with purpose’ for industry clients and researchers across Griffith University.
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Keeping First Nations languages alive through song

Candace Kruger has been commissioned to create a song in language for the country's largest virtual orchestra.
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It’s electrifying! Musical theatre students debut new production of Grease at QPAC

An epic partnership deal will see musical theatre students perform on the main stage at QPAC for the first time.
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The Con leads global concert series in support of Afghan musicians 

Queensland Conservatorium has launched the first in a series of concerts to be held around the world in support of musicians and artists in Afghanistan. 
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Alumni

Creative arts join forces for a night of movie music magic

FilmHarmonic features world premiere films, classic movie scores and student collaborations.
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Life at the Conservatorium

Passionate and knowledgeable faculty guiding students at Young Conservatorium.

Matilda Heck came to study at Young Conservatorium after participating in our SHEP program. Read more about her experience at Young Conservatorium below! Why did you choose to study at Young Conservatorium? I chose to study at the Young Conservatorium after attending my first SHEP in grade 9. I enjoyed the experience so much, that […]
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Curtain rises on groundbreaking opera production

The Queensland Conservatorium’s production of Street Scene opens this weekend as part of the BrisFest program.
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Life at the Conservatorium

World Class Teachers Supporting Students At Young Con

Alexandra Clayton enrolled in Young Conservatorium after being a part of our State Honours Ensemble Program. She shares her experience and why she loves being part of Young Conservatorium. Why did you choose to study at Young Conservatorium? After attending SHEP for middle school students a few years ago I became aware of the Young […]
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Alumni

Musical pair hit a high note with international scholarships

Queensland Conservatorium alumni Benjamin Crocker and Julia Hill have won prestigious international scholarships from the Ramsay Centre and the ThinkSwiss program.
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Life at the Conservatorium

Young Conservatorium’s supportive & nurturing environment

Jackson Tuckwell starting playing the piano from the age of 5 and later found himself drawn to double bass. His love for music has taken him down many avenues such as playing in a jazz band and performing Celtic music as a part of the State Honours Ensemble Program. Why did you choose to study […]
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