More than 1,000 young musicians from across the country will descend on the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University this weekend for the State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP) – the biggest event in the program’s history.
More than 900 young musicians from across the state will descend on the Queensland Conservatorium this weekend for the State Honours Ensemble Program - the biggest event in the program’s history.
High school students from the Border to the Cape and as far west as Mt Isa travel to Brisbane for four days of intensive rehearsals, tutorials and concerts.
Students from Young Conservatorium and the State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP) will represent Griffith University when they travel to Seattle to take part in the Western International Band Clinic this November. Born out of the Young Conservatorium and SHEP, the Pacific Honours Ensemble Program (PHEP) will see the finest students from both programs immersed in […]
More than 750 of the finest teenage musicians from across Queensland will descend on South Bank during the school holidays for Queensland Conservatorium’s SHEP 2013 (State Honours Ensemble Program). 1,400 students were nominated by high school music departments across the State, with 760 of the best and brightest chosen to represent their schools (state, private […]
85 young musicians gathered for an intensive and inspirational music-making program in Cairns last week at the annual State Honours Ensemble Program (Middle School). Presented by Open Conservatorium, this program gives nominated Middle School (years 6 to 9) wind, brass, percussion and string students the unique opportunity to collaborate with two nationally respected conductors and […]