Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University has served music lovers in Queensland and beyond for over half a century. In addition to producing some stellar performers and composers who have graced the stages of Carnegie Hall, Covent Garden, and the Concertgebouw, it has nurtured others who have found their way into recording, teaching, or working with communities. Now, wherever there is music in Queensland, chances are a Queensland Conservatorium graduate is behind it. Our alumni include:
- ARIA winner Katie Noonan
- International pianist Piers Lane
- International soprano Lisa Gasteen, AO
- ARIA winner Megan Washington
- Triple J favourite Nine Sons of Dan
- Singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke
- Soprano Mirusia Louwerse
- Singer-songwriter Emma Dean
- Composer-Trumpeter Peter Knight
- Pianist Jayson Gillham
- Composer-Conductor Brett Dean
- Grammy winner Tim Munro
- Jazz vocalist Elly Hoyt
- Jazz vocalist Kristen Berardi
- Pianist Alex Raineri
- Conductor Jonathon Welsh
- Tenor Rosario La Spina
- Percussionist Cory Hills
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Alumnus of the year
Queensland flutist Tim Munro was awarded the 2014 Queensland Conservatorium Alumnus of the Year. He graduated from Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University with a Master of Music in 2004, and has achieved outstanding international success in receiving two Grammy Awards with his Chicago-based contemporary classical ensemble, Eighth Blackbird, for the Best Chamber Music / Small Ensemble Performance, and for the Best Contemporary Composition.