Life as a musician: Exploring the employabilty pathways of Australian musicians
6th Oct 2018 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Under the direction of Dr Peter Morris, the Conservatorium Wind Orchestra presents a concert celebrating diversity, equity and optimism. The repertoire will be anchored by Joseph Schwantner's gripping New Morning for the World: Daybreak of Freedom, complete with narration incorporating timeless speeches around the theme of social justice. Young Australian composers will also be celebrated, including the world premiere of a newly-commissioned work by Queensland composer, Nicole Murphy and the premieres of other new works by emerging Australian composers.
This concert will be held at the Conservatorium Theatre, Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, you can find directions here.
The Conservatorium Wind Orchestra has enjoyed a long history of exciting and definitive performance, as one of Australia’s premier wind, brass and percussion ensembles. Under the baton of Dr Peter Morris, the ensemble continues to evolve within the ever-changing trajectory of this relatively new art form. The Wind Orchestra continually strives to set the benchmark for performance, presenting a vast diversity of repertoire from time-honoured masterworks to contemporary works from across the globe and innovative new commissions from local Australian composers. This ensemble’s focus extends far beyond the walls of the Conservatorium, enriching and supporting the local community of composers, conductors, educators and school students. The commitment to new repertoire and focus on professional development for all who participate in this evolving art form continue to be an exciting pedagogical focus of the Wind Orchestra.