Established in 1957, Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (QCGU) is one of the most comprehensive tertiary music school in Australia. Our breadth of specialist degrees encompasses pre-tertiary, undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs across two campuses, taught by world-renowned performer-teachers.
Our South Bank campus is situated in Queensland’s vibrant cultural precinct, where we hold strong industry partnerships to help inform and shape cultural vitality, locally and internationally. Performances are held year-round in the industry-standard 200-seat recital hall and 600+ seat Conservatorium Theatre.
Our Gold Coast campus is home to popular music and boasts six recording studios, four control rooms, a MIDI laboratory, and audiovisual postproduction studios, where students can truly hone their craft.
These state-of-the-art spaces add to a total dedicated infrastructure in excess of $100 million. Learn more about these spaces.
The facilities also serve a suite of innovative research projects through the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre, providing a solid basis to address the key issues for the 21st Century Conservatoire with a strong emphasis on social dividends.
Our alumni have graced the stages of concert halls and theatres throughout the world, have achieved international chart-topping success and work as teachers and arts practitioners in diverse contexts.
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