Coordinator: Associate Professor Merlyn Quaife AM Monash University Singers is the Sir Zelman School of … Continue reading Monash University Singers
Monash Sessions: Kenny Werner In August 2014 The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music at … Continue reading NEW CD Release: The Monash Sessions – Jazz Pianist – Kenny Werner
Monash School of Music 2nd-year classical guitar student Ziggy Johnston has been receiving considerable prominence in competition performances in recent weeks.
Classical Piano Performance Mrs Tamara Smolyar Coordinator of Piano, and Senior Lecturer Dr Kenji Fujimura … Continue reading Piano and Keyboard
Each year the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, in collaboration with New York University, … Continue reading Blog: New York, New York!
Monash University School of Music invites all clarinet players to the Clarinet Mega Day III. Come along for a day of all of things clarinet. Featuring masterclasses with leading professionals, orchestral excerpt class, a warm up session, vendor exhibits, panel discussions and VCE masterclasses. Also, why not join in and perform with the Monash Clarinet Mega Day Clarinet Choir?!
This course will include performance and ensemble processes that will assist in the building of skills that focus on attaining the standards of the audition requirements and an understanding of what is expectations for the Jazz and Popular course.
Monash University’s Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music presents: Mike Nock & Tony Gould Wednesday … Continue reading Legends of jazz piano: Mike Nock and Tony Gould – Wednesday 13th May
Staff and students from the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music were recognised at the 2015 Australian … Continue reading Monash Success at 2015 Australian Jazz Bell Awards
The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music is delighted to announce that our Deputy Head … Continue reading Dr Kenji Fujimura elected Associate of the Royal Academy of Music
Hamilton was treated to a superb concert last Sunday when a group of talented students … Continue reading Monash Students Dazzle at Hamilton Concert
The Symposium on “Perspectives on Artistic Research in Music”, held at Monash University 23-24 July 2015, offered a rich range of papers on the nature of artistic research and its relevance for studies in Music. Themes included: