Sponsored by Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.

Value

Cash prize of approximately $2,500.

Date of competition

Tuesday 8 October 2019 at 6.30 pm.

Entries close

Friday 27 September 2019 by 4 pm.

Venue

Ian Hanger Recital Hall.

  • Awarded to a Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University student for excellence in performance, composition or academic studies to complete postgraduate studies at an approved school of music, university in Australia or overseas institution.
  • The scholarship is available to students who graduated in the preceding year or are graduating in the current year from one of the above programmes.
  • Previous winners of this scholarship are ineligible to apply.

Application form

Performance applicants

Performance applicants are to prepare a 15-minute programme of their own choice. Choice of programme and performance from memory will be taken into account by the judges.
A short interview with the judges will also be required.

Composition applicants

Applicants applying on the basis of Composition will be required to submit a portfolio of work including scores, recordings, list of performances etc.
A 30-minute interview with the judges will be required.

Academic Studies applicants

Applicants applying on the basis of Academic Studies will be required to submit a portfolio including evidence of scholarly work of a high standard, published or unpublished papers, evidence of conference attendance and presentations etc.
A 30-minute interview with the judges will be required.

Please note:

  • The prize will be awarded for excellence in performance, composition or academic studies. Applications must be supported by details of academic record, programme of study proposed and other accomplishments (CV), all of which shall be taken into consideration in making an award of a prize. Any applicant will be required to give a public performance in competition with other applicants or will submit a composition as part of the adjudication.
  • The adjudication panel for the scholarship is to comprise the QCGU Heads of Division (or their nominees) and the President of The Friends of the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (or nominee). No judge may be the teacher of a student who is competing.
  • The judging panel may co-opt specialist members to provide advice on these applications.