Queensland Conservatorium of Music Singers

SUNDAY 12PM TO 1PM –

QUEENSLAND CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC SINGERS’ SHOWCASE

Kayleigh Pincott
Kayleigh Pincott

featuring: Kayleigh Pincott (winner of the 2016 ANZ Vocal Scholarship at Generations of Jazz) Mufaro Maringe, Jo Davie, Addie Martinez & Merinda Dias Jayasinha

backed by: Dan Hirsch Trio

Queensland Conservatorium is considered the most comprehensive tertiary music school in Australia.With offerings in classical instrumental studies, vocal performance and opera, composition, jazz, new music, popular music, musical theatre, music technology and electronic music, Queensland Conservatorium helps aspiring musicians to find their places on the world stage.

Our breadth of specialist degrees encompasses pre-tertiary, undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs across two campuses, taught by world-renowned performer-teachers. Relevant, cutting-edge courses allow students to tailor their studies to suit their interests and aspirations.

Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre is housed within the South Bank campus and provides opportunities for students to engage in cutting-edge research across five focus areas: education, artistic practice, technology, community music and health.

Our students learn in an environment that enables them to flourish: the South Bank facilities are located in the heart of Queensland’s Cultural Precinct, co-located with the state’s leading performance organisations and venues. The Gold Coast facilities feature state of the art studios with 24/7 access for the innovative Bachelor of Popular Music. Our newest program, the Bachelor of Musical Theatre, is one of the University’s top programs that operate out of newly refurbished studios near the famous cricket ground in Woolloongabba.

Our alumni grace the stages of the world, teaching and facilitating music making across Queensland and beyond.