Today we’d like to offer our congratulations to a group of our talented musicians who call Varsity College home! Recently, students from across both of our campuses have been successful in gaining places in both National and State Ensemble Programs designed to help extend and encourage their pursuit of musical excellence.
Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University’s State Honours Ensemble Program has grown from relatively modest beginnings in 2001. SHEP is now a firmly established aspect of music learning in Queensland, bringing together young people from all over the State, in regional centres and Brisbane to share their passion for making music.
See below for a full list of our students who have gained positions in these programs!
Australian Honours Ensemble Program
AHEP provides an opportunity for Australia-wide secondary students to work in an intensive environment of musical excellence, with their peers, under the leadership of a team of internationally eminent Australian conductors. This event will run from October 1 – 4.
Congratulations to Chris Park for being successful in obtaining a position in AHEP.
State Honours Ensemble Program
State Honours Ensemble Program is a state wide educational program for music students in primary and secondary schools to help extend and encourage their pursuit of musical excellence. This event is being held over two separate sessions, with the following students already representing Varsity College at this event (June 3 – 5).
The following students will be participating at SHEP on July 15 – 17
Sophie Eldawltly, Toby Humphrey, Jey Shin, Tilly Stubbings, and Susan Ahn.
We also have two students from Varsity College participating at CGEN (Creative Generations) this year. CGEN provides students, teachers and school communities with the opportunity to be involved in a professionally produced, award-winning arena spectacular.
Chris Park & Ai Suzuki.
Chris and Ai will be participating in CGEN across three days July 14, 15 & 16.