Learn from and perform with the world’s best
Queensland Conservatorium is one of Australia’s leading music and performing arts schools, offering a wide variety of specialist degrees, from classical music, jazz, opera, popular music to musical theatre, acting, music technology and music education.
Study music and performing arts at Griffith, and you’ll learn in an environment that will enable you to flourish. Our award-winning teachers are dedicated to producing polished music professionals of the highest calibre. Relevant, cutting-edge courses allow students to tailor their studies to suit their interests and aspirations.
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Griffith named top creative arts school in Australia according to the latest Uni Reviews rankings
Each year we hold over 250 performances across our South Bank, Woolloongabba and Gold Coast venues featuring classical, jazz, musical theatre, opera, new music, contemporary music, alumni, visiting artists and more. Take a look at our latest performance season.
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The Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre undertakes leading-edge research that tackles the complex and multi-faceted role that music plays in contemporary society. The Centre complements Griffith’s newly established Griffith Centre for Creative Arts Research.
Learn music at any age
From toddlers to preteens, young adults to mature age, our breadth of innovative programs allow you to tailor your studies to suit your interests and aspirations.
Opportunities for future and current students
At the Queensland Conservatorium, we have a strong commitment to industry partnerships. View the various opportunities available for future and current students.
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Explore and enjoy all the Conservatorium has to offer – from the lecture halls and rehearsal rooms through to our stunning fully-staged annual performances.
April 20, 2018
‘Devil’ in the details for Eugene’s video game success
For Bachelor of Popular Music graduate Eugene Nesci, the success of the video game Devil Daggers is a validation of his skills and a reward for dedication
April 11, 2018
Griffith filmmakers honoured at top US industry awards
Two cutting-edge productions from Griffith Film School‘s LiveLab studio have been honoured at the New York Festivals Best of TV & Film Awards in Las Vegas this week. The awards recognise content in all lengths and forms from over 50 countries. Dedicated to both the television and film indu...
March 28, 2018
Griffith musicians to play for country’s movers and shakers
Four young musicians from the Queensland Conservatorium are preparing for the gig of a lifetime after being chosen to perform for the Prime Minister and industry leaders on the eve of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
March 28, 2018
Griffith grad Katie Noonan hits the right note at the Games
Queensland Conservatorium alumnus Katie Noonan is the musical director for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games’ opening and closing ceremonies – an epic production destined to be viewed by a global television audience of up to 1.5 billion. Noonan, a five-time ARIA Award-winner and a former Arts, ...