Staff and students of Monash, as well as visiting artists, delight audiences through the Lunchtime Concert Series, Sound Series and other concert and events.
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The School of Music — Conservatorium’s Lunchtime Concert Series provides staff, students and the wider community to enjoy a musical lunch break. The School encourages and promotes diversity and integration of traditional, multi-cultural and contemporary styles of music performance.
Lunchtime Concerts are held every Thursday during semester from 1.10pm for approximately 40 minutes in the Music Auditorium, Rm G36, Building 68. Admission is $5 at the door.
See the Calendar of Events below for information about individual concerts, or the Semester 1 Lunchtime Concerts brochure (PDF 380k)
Concerts are presented by students from the School of Music – Conservatorium’s performance programs. Voice, Piano, Chamber Music, Gamelan, String and Jazz/Popular music all perform for you in these evening concerts. These run on various nights in the semesters so consult the Calendar of Events below for further information.
Academy of performing arts
Enjoy student and staff performances through concerts at the Academy of Performing Arts concerts
See the Calendar of Events below for information about School of Music – Conservatorium Events
Calendar of Events
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