Student Experiences

Student Opportunities

ENSEMBLES

Our ensembles work with leading conductors and directors to present professional standard performances throughout the year.

Our orchestra works with international conductors including Johannes Fritzsch, Jessica Cottis, Tze Law Chan and Alondra de la Parra.

Ranging from small chamber ensembles to symphony orchestras and big bands, our students are given performance opportunities which prepare them to perform at the highest level.

FULLY-STAGED ANNUAL PRODUCTIONS

Each year we present fully-stage productions featuring the opera and musical theatre students with the talented orchestral students providing the score.

Working with renowned international directors such as Bruce Beresford and Ian Good, alongside leading set, lighting and costume designers our students get to perform in their own professional level production led by some of the industry’s best creatives.

Previous productions have included:

  • Les Misérables (musical theatre, 2019)
  • La Finta Giardiniera (opera, 2019)
  • Company, and Little Women (musical theatre, 2018)
  • Dry River Run (opera, 2018)
  • West Side Story (musical theatre, 2017)
  • The Boy and the Magic (opera, 2017)

Production Galleries

INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIPS

Queensland Conservatorium aims to provide the highest quality performances and education pathways to our students.

Along with our internship program with Queensland Symphony Orchestra we have partnerships with Brisbane Festival, Queensland Music Festival, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Opera Australia and more.

In our contemporary programs, you’ll have the chance to get to the heart of the industry with placements available in recording studios, events management companies, publishers and more.

MASTERCLASSES

We regularly hold masterclasses with leading national and international performers. Some of our recent masterclasses have seen students work with;

  • Academy of St Martins in the Field
  • Liz Callaway
  • Brodsky Quartet
  • Australian String Quartet
  • Tigran Hamasyan
  • Sarah Willis

SEED

Powered by the Popular Music program, SEED is an innovative music project based on the Gold Coast. With over 100 performances at high profile events and festivals, compilation albums, music videos and photoshoots, networking and more.

International Opportunity

Expand your portfolio and professional network.

High school and community opportunities

Audition preparation

Stand out from the pack at your audition with our Tertiary Preparation Workshop program. Whether you’re in your final years of high school or a mature-age student applying for entry to a University music degree, this program can help you prepare for the theoretical and practical requirements.

GUESTS program for high school students

The GUESTS program offers the opportunity for motivated senior high school students to sample university life by allowing them to study a single course (subject) at university while still at school.

Find out more on the GUESTS website

Campus Tours

Campus tours are a fantastic way of giving students a hands-on experience at Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. You can arrange a visit and take in one of our free lunchtime concerts.

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Performing Arts

Musical Theatre Summer School

If you have a passion for musical theatre, why not come and join us for a week of singing, dancing, acting and performance?

Musical Theatre Workshop 2021

Do you have what it takes to be a musical theatre performer? Find out at our Audition Workshop! An essential experience for those preparing for a career in musical theatre.

Dates and information coming soon.

Acting Audition Workshop 2021

This week-long audition workshop is for performers in years 11, 12 and beyond who want to develop their audition skills.

Dates and information coming soon.

Open Conservatorium

Open Conservatorium also offers a broad range of music courses for primary and secondary students, including Young Conservatorium and the State Honours Ensemble program.

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