Congratulations to 2nd-year Bachelor of Music student James Russo on his winning the Margaret Sutherland Bursary. The Margaret Sutherland Bursary is an annual music competition held under the auspices of The Lyceum Club where the top nominated performers from Monash University’s Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and the Victorian College of the Arts compete by presenting a recital of music, including one work by the late Australian composer Margaret Sutherland. James, a classical piano student studying under the guidance of Dr Kenji Fujimura, triumphed with his performance of works by Sutherland, Ravel and Prokofiev. It is the second year in a row where a Monash student has won this prestigious classical music prize; Master’s violin student Edward Antonov received the bursary in 2012. Congratulations to James for his fine achievement!
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Creative Music Technology – Blog
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Reflection: New York Study Tour, 2014
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The Second International Symposium on the Malay Musical Arts of Indonesia’s Riau Islands (SIRI)
In the past decade, a growing literature has emerged on the phenomena of sound and body movement in relation to the human emotions and senses.
During semester, seminars are given by staff, postgraduate students and visiting scholars. All seminars are held in the Elizabeth Burchill Room, E561, Menzies Building.
Review: Monash bands shine in jazz and classical concert
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