Music in the Library at the Gold Coast today

 

It’s time for another Music in the Library performance from the super talented students over at the Queensland Conservatorium-Griffith University (QCGU).

Today, we’ve got duo Marcus Bishop and Anthony Ball, as well as solo performer Olivia Dennis, joining us at the Gold Coast campus library. Come along at 1pm and hear some tunes live in your library. After all, science says music helps you study!

The Music in the Library series is an exciting innovation that aims to enliven the campus library spaces and give QCGU students a chance to build valuable performance experience.

Got a lecture and can’t make it? Don’t worry we’ve got more library performances on the way.

You’ll have plenty more chances to enjoy the music across Trimester 2 as students from the Queensland Conservatorium-Griffith University (QCGU) will visit each campus to showcase their talents.


Music in the Library at Nathan today

It’s time for another Music in the Library performance from the super talented students over at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (QCGU).

Today we’ve got not one, not two, not three, but five classical guitar musicians joining us at the Nathan campus library. Come along at 1pm and hear some tunes live in your library. After all, science says music helps you study!

The Music in the Library series is an exciting innovation that aims to enliven the campus library spaces and give QCGU students a chance to build valuable performance experience.

Got a lecture and can’t make it? Don’t worry we’ve got more library performances on the way.

You’ll have plenty more chances to enjoy the music across Trimester 2 as students from the Queensland Conservatorium-Griffith University (QCGU) will visit each campus to showcase their talents.


Music in the Library is going POP!

Gold Coast campus is playing host to the next installment of Music in the Library and boy are you guys in for a performance!

Head to the Library at 1pm, Monday 15 May, and you will be treated to a line-up of talented singers and guitarists: Sophia Koop and Monique Matthews accompanied by Ryan Stegman.

Sophia Koop

Sophia Koop is an upcoming 19-year-old pop/electronic artist. Growing up, Sophia always had a love for music and as a result began piano and dancing lessons.

With her rich and soulful vocals, comes forth an explosion of new age pop/electronic music – one that will mesmerise you from the moment you hear it.

You can find Sophia on Facebook and Soundcloud

Monique Matthews

Monique is a newcomer to the alternative-pop scene. Influenced by a wide array of sounds, her creative undertone is a refreshing and fearless take on pop music.

Radiating a bold warmth that introduces you to a world of sincere storytelling, Monique is sure to take you on a journey. Swelling guitars, punchy drums and rich vocals capture the creative vision of an artist who emerges with a sophisticated depth.

Swelling guitars, punchy drums and rich vocals capture the creative vision of an artist who emerges with a sophisticated depth.

You can find Monique on Facebook and Instagram


QHorns at Music in the Library

Music in the Library is back again. Pop into the Nathan Library at 1pm on Monday, 8 May for your special musical treat featuring a four person ensemble from QHorns.

QHorns are a group of Queensland Conservatorium horn students studying in Brisbane under the direction of Peter Luff and Ysolt Clark. Winners of the 2013 International Horn Symposium horn ensemble competition in Memphis, Tennessee, QHorns are active members of the Brisbane music scene.

This ensemble has performed extensively throughout Queensland in venues such as the Queensland Conservatorium Theatre, Queensland Symphony Orchestra Studios and in towns including Sandgate and Roma. They have been involved with many music festivals around Queensland including the Tyalgum music festival and the 42nd & 45th horn symposiums.

This year, they’re off to Brazil to take part in the International Horn Society’s 49th Horn Symposium.

The 2017 Music in the Library Series is an exciting innovation that aims to enliven the campus Library spaces and give QCGU students a chance to build valuable performance experience. If you’re keen to perform, email ins-events@griffith.edu.au

Come along and support your fellow students! See you there.


‘Music in the Library’ at Mt Gravatt today

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Mt Gravatt campus students you’re in for a musical treat today.

Head to the library at 1pm and enjoy a live performance from Queensland Conservatorium-Griffith University (QCGU) students. That’s right, there will be music IN the Library. Today. At 1pm.

Today’s lineup includes a wind quintet called ‘Aquilo’.  You’ll be treated to the soothing sounds of a flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon (that’s bassoon, not baboon).

The 2016 Music in the Library Series is an exciting innovation that aims to enliven the campus Library spaces and give QCGU students a chance to build valuable performance experience.

Come along to the Mt Gravatt campus library at 1pm and be ready to cheer on your fellow students!


Meet QCGU’s Guitar Heroes…

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Monday, you’re axed!

How many strings does a classical guitar have? Come along to our Queensland College of Art Music in the Library performance and find out!

That’s right, it’s time for another Music in the Library performance from the super talented kids over at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (QCGU). Today we’ve got not one, not two but eight classical guitar musicians joining us at South Bank’s QCA library.

Today’s performers have had the pleasure of learning from one of the best – Karin Schaupp. Karin is a Griffith lecturer but she’s also a seasoned performer and the most outstanding guitarists on the international scene.  She performs widely on the international stage as a recitalist, concerto soloist and festival guest, and has given countless recitals in Australia, Europe, Asia, the US, Mexico and Canada.

So safe to say her QCGU students will also be crazy talented! Come along at 1pm and hear some tunes live in your library. After all, science says music helps you study!

The 2016 Music in the Library Series is an exciting innovation that aims to enliven the campus Library spaces and give QCGU students a chance to build valuable performance experience.

Got a lecture and can’t make it? Don’t worry we’ve got more Library performances on the way. You’ll have plenty more chances to enjoy the music across Semester 2 as students from the Queensland Conservatorium-Griffith University (QCGU) will visit each campus to showcase their talents.

 

P.S. a classical guitar has 12 strings!


Live music in the QCGU library

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Did you know the harp is one of the oldest instruments in the world?

That’s right, this beautiful instrument dates all the way back to around 3000 B.C. Now that’s old!

Today in the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (QCGU) library you can enjoy some of this history with a musical performance from QCGU harpist students Tijana Kozarcic and Grace Kikuchi. The talented harp duo will start their live library performance at 1pm and you’re all welcome to come along!

The QCGU Music in the Library performance is the third stop on this semester’s tour. The 2016 Music in the Library Series is an exciting innovation that aims to enliven the campus Library spaces and give QCGU students a chance to build valuable performance experience.

Got a lecture and can’t make it? Don’t worry we’ve got more Library performances on the way. You’ll have plenty more chances to enjoy the music across Semester 2 as students from the Queensland Conservatorium-Griffith University (QCGU) visit each campus to showcase their talents.