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Podcast: Jane Davidson, Marshall McGuire and The Voices Of Women
Professor Jane Davidson, of the Melbourne Conservatorium and Centre for the History of Emotions at the University of Melbourne, talks to Marshall McGuire (Ludovico’s Band) about baroque female composers, historical music performances and emotions.
Proof of the Conservatorium’s reach is in the Magic Pudding
Victorian Opera’s latest opera season celebrates Norman Lindsay’s enduring Australian classic children’s book, The Magic Pudding, which turns 100 this year. In the lead-up to the opening night of Calvin Bowman’s musical reinterpretation, we caught up with 2013 Melbourne Conservatorium graduate and acclaimed tenor Brenton Spiteri to find out more about The Magic Pudding – The Opera.By Susanna Ling
Meet Chiara Anderson, Bachelor of Music (Performance) at the Melbourne Conservatorium
Chiara Anderson recently started her second year in the Bachelor of Music (Performance) program. Here, she reflects on why she decided to study at the Conservatorium and what her first year was like.
Let it go: remembering Dr Ben Leske
A colleague and friend pays tribute to one of Melbourne Conservatorium’s brightest and most-loved researchers, who died this week aged 37. By Dr Katrina Skewes McFerran
Meet Amy You, Bachelor of Music (Music Performance) at the Melbourne Conservatorium
Having now completed her first year at the Melbourne Conservatorium, violinist Amy You gives us a glimpse into her daily life and musicianship.
Singing to remember: music therapy and dementia study to launch at the Conservatorium
Music Therapy researcher Dr Jeanette Tamplin’s latest study will examine how singing can improve the lives of dementia sufferers and their carers.
Dr Imogen Clark wins the Hazel Hawke Research Grant in Dementia Care
Put the Melbourne in Melbourne Conservatorium
How to situate the Melbourne Conservatorium in the city it belongs to? That was the question with which we approached our latest photoshoot, starring our current students. By Kate Mulqueen, Marketing and Recruitment Manager, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music