The Queensland Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra will play on hallowed turf this week – bowling over cricket fans from around the world on the opening day of the Ashes series at the Gabba. The 70-piece student ensemble will play both national anthems and get fans on their feet with a stirring rendition of Jerusalem for the Barmy Army and […]
Russian born maestra Natalia Raspopova will soon conduct Shostakovich’s Symphony No.5 and Dvorak’s Cello Concerto, featuring 97 students of the Queensland Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra. Natalia came to Australia when she was 16 and has been with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra since July 2015, where she has assisted international conductors such as Simone Young, Maxim Vengerov, […]
Distinguished horn player, teacher and conductor, Peter Luff, will soon play to the biggest crowd of his career as he performs with premier cultural institution, the Los Angeles Philharmonic. The Deputy Director (Performance and Engagement) at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University will take to the stage at the Hollywood Bowl on August 4 for the world […]
The launch of the 2015 Concert Season marks the start of a stellar year for the Queensland Conservatorium – one set to be quite unlike any which have gone before it.
Distinguished horn player, teacher and conductor, Peter Luff, will step into the new role this week after more than 12 years at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.
Opera students of the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (QCGU) will bring one of the 20th century’s musical treasures to the stage this month in what may be the only opera to be inspired by a newspaper cartoon strip! Described as the grown-up opera version of The Lion King, The Cunning Little Vixen celebrates the relationship […]