A pair of Griffith alumni are leading the country’s largest ever vocal ensemble - using the power of song to connect communities isolated by COVID.
Students, family and friends attended the first in-person ceremonies to be held in more than a year.
Acclaimed musician Kate Miller-Heidke has been awarded the title Doctor of the University (DUniv).
Queensland Conservatorium alumni Kate Miller-Heidke, Keir Nuttall and Georgina Hopson have been recognised at the prestigious Green Room Awards. The long-running performing arts industry awards recognise the best local productions, from musicals to opera, dance and theatre. The 37th annual awards ceremony was held online this year, with the winners announced on YouTube. Dream team […]
Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University alumnus Kate Miller-Heidke made it to the top ten at Eurovision 2019.
Griffith alumnus Kate Miller-Heidkehas 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 […]
Griffith alumnus Kate Miller-Heidke will fly the flag for Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest this week in Tel Aviv.