For Bachelor of Popular Music graduate Eugene Nesci, the success of the video game Devil Daggers is a validation of his skills and a reward for dedication
Starring the best emerging acts from the Queensland Conservatorium Bachelor of Popular Music program, the launch will feature a performance from Tesla Cøils, who were named Breakout Artist of the Year at the Gold Coast Music Awards.
Those who rocked – we salute you! The Queensland Conservatorium has just wrapped a week-long Rock School for aspiring musicians at Griffith University’s Gold Coast campus.
Music fans take note. You can catch Australia’s best young performers in action at the Queensland Conservatorium’s Popular Music graduate showcase this month at the Gold Coast Arts Centre on November 24.
A live concert series at the Gold Coast’s newest creative playground is underway, featuring the finest emerging musicians in the region. The SEED Series joins the Friday night line up at NightQuarter, featuring acts from Queensland Conservatorium’s Bachelor of Popular Music program – the very same course responsible for launching the likes of The Kite […]
Gold Coast’s newest creative hub NightQuarter will host SEED’s Volume 5 album launch on Friday 20 May, kicking off the start of a six-week concert series. Starring the finest emerging acts from Queensland Conservatorium’s Bachelor of Popular Music program, the launch will feature performances by electronic producer Keelan Mak, blues looping legend Benny D Williams, country darling Mikayla […]
The Queensland Music Awards have honoured graduates of Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University this week with three major awards. Progressive alternative rock band Caligula’s Horse took out the Best Heavy Song category for their track “Marigold”, BFK Music was awarded the Jazz category for their song “Hope in My Pocket”, and Avaberée was presented with Most […]