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Brisbane, with a population of 1.8 million, is Australia's third largest city, and, as the State capital of Queensland, it supports an array of cultural institutions, such as The Queensland Orchestra, Opera Queensland, Queensland Art gallery, State theatre company, etc.

Accommodation for Queensland Conservatorium students can be available in the form of home stay family hosts. (Approximately US$ 120 for room and board)


The Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, was created in 1957.

Offering  a wide range of inovative courses to over 600 full time students, it is one of Australia's leading Music institution, currently enjoying the modernity of its new purpose built $40 million building, located in the heart of the cultural precinct, adjacent to the Queensland State theatre, performing Arts centre, Art gallery and Museum.

Teaching staff from Australia and overseas institutions such as the Moscow Conservatory, provide an International standard of education, in a safe and affordable environment.  

The Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University has memorandum of understanding with prestigious Musical institutions in London (Royal College of Music, Guildhall School) Manchester, Munich and Koln.

The harp class of the Queensland Conservatoriu Griffith University, is composed of a mixture of both Australian and overseas students. It has at its disposition, three Lyon Healy concert harps.

Students vary in age from primary school age, participating in the vibrant Young Conservatorium program, to the undergraduate and postgraduate degrees on offer. (See link to Griffith University.)

Performance opportunities are provided by the Conservatorium's various ensembles, as well as with off campus concerts.