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.
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Queensland Conservatorium aims to provide the highest quality performances and education pathways to the widest audience. To fulfil this commitment and continue to be a vibrant player in Queensland's cultural landscape, the Conservatorium has established mutually beneficial partnerships with corporate leaders as well as receiving support from many sponsors and donors.
The Conservatorium can only continue to develop its high artistic standards and its range of musical activities with the generous support of music lovers and benefactors.
Organisations which support Queensland Conservatorium include Beta Sigma Phi, The Brisbane Club, Brisbane Women's Club, Business South Bank, Kawai Australia, Philip Bacon Galleries, Dialog Information Technology, Rotary Club of Brisbane Mid-City. Projects which receive significant support from individual and corporate contributors include the Val Machin Opera Scenes, Jazz Cafe at South Bank, and our annual opera production via the Opera Patrons.
Many of the prizes available to our students are the result of generous contributions from individual benefactors and organisational support. Major prizes include the Hilda Woolmer Prize (piano accompaniment), Linda Edith Allen award (voice), Ronald Clifford Davis Award (violin), Silver Harris and Jeff Peck Award (composition), Victoria Chalmers Education Award (regional student) and the Walter Monz Bursay (organ).
How to give
Philanthropic gifts to Queensland Conservatorium are handled through our Foundation, the Griffith University Fund (or the Friends of Griffith in the U.S. Inc. for donors in the USA). All gifts are tax deductible and used in the manner designated by you. For more information about how to donate to Queensland Conservatorium please visit: