Four rising stars at Griffith have been selected for the prestigious Lev Vlassenko Piano Competition.
Queensland Conservatorium student Grace Kruger has won Australia’s most prestigious percussion prize – the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Snare Drum Award.
Love, redemption, revolution...Griffith's musical theatre students are gearing up for their mainstage show - a blockbuster production of Les Misérables.
Griffith University has signed a major new partnership deal with Opera Australia, joining forces to stage the world's first fully digital production of Wagner’s Ring Cycle at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre in 2010.
Gold Coast piano virtuoso Nina Fan is the inaugural recipient of the Emily Reinhardt Piano Scholarship - part of a $1 million bequest to the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.
Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University alumnus Kate Miller-Heidke made it to the top ten at Eurovision 2019.
Griffith alumnus Kate Miller-Heidke has 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 […]