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Elder Conservatorium classical guitar students bound for South Korea

Under the direction of lecturer Oliver Fartach-Naini, a group of Elder Conservatorium classical guitar students are heading to South Korea, one of the world’s largest per-capita markets for classical music and a major force in contemporary and popular music. Bound for an in-depth cultural experience, their first stop is the third Korean International Guitar Festival […]

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Thursday 6 April: The Sound of Australia, William Barton with the ASO

6 April 2017 7.00 pm – 10.00 pm Adelaide Town Hall Yidaki (didjeridu) virtuoso William Barton returns to Adelaide for one night only, in celebration of the South Australian Museum’s exhibition Yidaki: Didjeridu and the Sound of Australia. The yidaki is the iconic sound of Australia. From the stringy bark scrub of its birthplace in Arnhem […]

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Tuesday 28 March Sprigg Lecture Series: The Didjeridu: an Australian icon

The South Australian Museum brings you the Sprigg lecture series: The Didjeridu: an Australian icon Tuesday 28 March 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm South Australian Museum North Terrace, Adelaide Professor Aaron Corn is Director of the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM) and National Centre for Aboriginal Language and Music Studies (NCALMS) at the University […]

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International Jazz Trombone Competition Finalist – Tom Voss

Congratulations Tom! Finalist in the International Trombone Association 2017 Carl Fontana Jazz Trombone Competition. Tom was also recognised as the ‘Second Alternate’ in the ITA 2017 JJ Johnson Jazz Trombone Competition! Tom will travel to the University of Redlands for the competition finals. This is part of the four day International Trombone Festival June 28 – […]

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Mon 18 July 2016 Music Auditions: Kuala Lumpur

Undergraduate and Postgraduate: Singapore Auditions The University of Adelaide is consistently ranked among the top 1% of universities in the world. Established in 1874, it is Australia’s third oldest university and is a member of the prestigious Group of Eight research-intensive universities. The Elder Conservatorium of Music is one of Australia’s oldest and most distinguished music schools. Date: Monday 18 July 2016 Time: […]

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Sat 16 July 2016 Music Auditions: Singapore

Undergraduate and Postgraduate: Singapore Auditions The University of Adelaide is consistently ranked among the top 1% of universities in the world. Established in 1874, it is Australia’s third oldest university and is a member of the prestigious Group of Eight research-intensive universities. The Elder Conservatorium of Music is one of Australia’s oldest and most distinguished music schools. Date: Saturday 16 July 2016 Venue: […]

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NEW Open Online Course: Music Technology Foundations

The University of Adelaide launches free online music technology course The University of Adelaide, through its massive open online course (MOOC) division, AdelaideX, has developed a free online music technology course, Music Technology Foundations – Musonic101x. This course is ideal for high school students looking to build their music skills with a view to a […]

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Nominations Open: 2016 CHASS Australian Prizes

Nominations are now open for the Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS) 2016 Australian Prizes. Two categories are suitable for students: Future Leader ($2,000): for a future leader in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences below 35 years of age. Student ($500 Co-op Voucher): for a student project, performance, exhibition or thesis […]

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Grace: The Songs of Jeff Buckley

“As crowd chatter quietened and he stepped up to the mic it brought me to a new, yet incredibly familiar place. Louis was in his element channelling Buckley, a hauntingly beautiful performance.” Adelaide singer/songwriter and University of Adelaide student Louis Donnarumma returns to the Adelaide Fringe in 2016 with his new show ‘Grace’, a tribute to […]

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Performing for the President of Singapore: Esther’s Story

Meet Esther Cheah: Bachelor of Music (Classical Performance) with Honours student at the Elder Conservatorium of Music. Esther came from Singapore in 2011 to complete her year 12 of high school in Adelaide. “I chose to study in Adelaide because I liked that it is a small town that does not have a hectic lifestyle compared […]

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