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How the arts sustain Australia’s most remote communities

A three-year ARC Linkage Project led by the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre mapped the arts and creative sector in one of Australia's largest remote regions.
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Queensland Conservatorium launches 2020 season

The Queensland Conservatorium has unveiled its 2020 concert season, which features everything from Broadway musicals to Beethoven and the Bard.
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Griffith doctoral candidate wins Australia Council Fellowship

Queensland Conservatorium doctoral candidate Cathy Milliken has won the Australia Council's major music award, worth $80,000 over two years.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Griffith grad wins top honours at Swell Sculpture Festival

QCA alumnus and lecturer Chris Bennie has won the $15,000 grand prize at the Gold Coast Swell Sculpture Festival, for the second time.
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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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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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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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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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