More than 1,000 young musicians from across the country will descend on the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University this weekend for the State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP) – the biggest event in the program’s history.
More than 900 young musicians from across the state will descend on the Queensland Conservatorium this weekend for the State Honours Ensemble Program - the biggest event in the program’s history. High school students from the Border to the Cape and as far west as Mt Isa travel to Brisbane for four days of intensive rehearsals, tutorials and concerts.
Queensland Conservatorium, in partnership with Open Conservatorium and Besson and Brass Music Specialists, is excited to present the Robert Childs Conducting Course this April. Dr Robert Childs was recently appointed as Principal Conductor and Director of Music of the world famous Grimethorpe Colliery Band, as well as being the Brass Band Conductor, Educator and Director […]
Open Conservatorium is now welcoming applications for Young Conservatorium’s 2014 programs. Young Conservatorium has been nurturing young musical talent for more than thirty years in Queensland, through its comprehensive pre and post tertiary programs. Operating under Open Conservatorium in Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, Young Conservatorium is the program of choice for those seeking a sound […]
Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, in partnership with St Mary’s Catholic College, is bringing together 90 young musicians for an intensive music-making program during the annual State Honours Ensemble Program Middle School in Cairns, from Friday 2 to Sunday 4 August 2013. Presented by Open Conservatorium, the program will give nominated Middle School (years 6 to […]