Half of the finalists in a prestigious national jazz competition are from the Queensland Conservatorium.
Dami Imhas returned to her roots with a new album of jazz standards – the music she first discovered during her studies at theQueensland Conservatorium Griffith University. Fresh off the back of a triumphant performance at the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony, the multi-platinum artist is now in the middle of a national tour. “I see […]
Queensland Conservatorium jazz vocalists Adelina Martinez and Merinda Dias-Jayasinha are among six singers in Australia shortlisted for the prestigious Generations in Jazz vocal scholarship. The scholarship is part of the annual Generations in Jazz Festival, founded by Australian jazz legend James Morrison in 1982.
Queensland Conservatorium jazz student Mario Conde is travelling to the most remote corners of the state as part of the annual Culture Train line-up. The musical roadshow is part ofQueensland Multicultural Month celebrations and features a series of free concerts in regional centres, from Bundaberg to Barcaldine, Longreach, Rockhampton and Winton. Mario originally hails from Bolivia and plays panpipes, fusing traditional South American and Western music.
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 AvabereÌe was presented with Most […]
Bruce Beresford, Albert Herring, The Magic Flute, The Secret Garden and more to captivate local music lovers…
Queen Street Mall will host the best of Brisbane’s emerging talent this weekend in a series of free concerts by the Queensland Conservatorium’s Jazz Department. The event represents an opportunity to hear truly unique collaborations from fifteen groups, including the eclectic Tip n the Scales — a group fusing jazz, RnB and blues in a […]