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09 February 2021

Top 5 love songs from a pop expert

This Valentine’s Day our resident pop expert, Dr Jadey O’Regan, takes us through her top 5 love tunes of all time.
09 December 2020

Talent from the Con shining at the 2021 Sydney Festival

Sydney Festival, a bold cultural celebration with cutting-edge arts and performance, will include multiple acts involving the University of Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s talent early next year.
08 December 2020

Music student contribution fee increase explained

Music students will not pay significantly more for their study in the way humanities students will under the new Job-Ready Graduates package proposed by the Federal Government.
26 November 2020

Con grad makes a career in New York

Since studying composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Shea Duncan has gone on to have a successful career as a Composer and Music Director in New York.
25 November 2020

The Con presents live-stream performances

Sydney Conservatorium of Music presents a weekend of amazing music for audiences to enjoy from the comfort of their home. Featuring new compositions and a wide range of repertoires, there's something for everyone.
18 November 2020

Con-line Festival

A digital celebration of ensembles at Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Thursday 26 to Sunday 29 November.
12 November 2020

MOMENTUM III Sue W COVID-19 Special Commission winners

Sydney Conservatorium of Music and the Australian Music Centre announce Anne Cawrse, Nicole Murphy, Elizabeth Younan as the winners of the three MOMENTUM III - Sue W COVID-19 Special Commissions.
09 November 2020

Con conducting grad makes Opera House debut

Conductor and Creative Director Natalie Murray Beale’s work encompasses opera, concert, film and video game scores. We caught up with Natalie to learn how her time at the Con continues to support her career aspirations.
30 October 2020

5 ways Conservatorium musicians have used their scholarships

Sydney Conservatorium of Music students can apply for a wide selection of travel, merit and equity scholarships worth $2 million annually. From performing in Italy, to recording a debut album, here’s why scholarship recipients think you should apply for one too.
28 October 2020

Quality teaching spurs jump in Times subject rankings

The University shows strong performance in the Times Higher Education subject rankings.