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Gunnedah Conservatorium

Gunnedah Conservatorium provides affordable, quality music education to Gunnedah and surrounding towns It inspires with alive performance program featuring local, national and international artist.

Current Events

Past Events

  • Between Wednesday 6 July 2022 and Friday 8 July 2022
    IT’S TIME TO FOCUS ON THEORY! Join us for a 3-day music theory workshop (AMEB Music Craft) with Sandy. This workshop is designed for competent students who have studied their instrument/voice for more than two years. This course will help them improve their music literacy and assist their practical understanding. This course is essential for students completing practical AMEB exams from Grade 1. Wed/Thurs will consist of Music Craft and on Fri students will complete an online/practice exam.
    The Gunnedah Conservatorium
  • Wednesday 3 August 2022
    The Whitlams' alt-country offshoot sees Tim Freedman and drummer Terepai Richmond joined by an A-Team of country musicians. The band has 55 Gold Guitars and 10 ARIAs between them, with two CMAA Producers of the Year - Rod McCormack and Matt Fell - joined by Ollie Thorpe on pedal steel. This exciting new line up reconstructs The Whitlams' staples like 'No Aphrodisiac’, ‘Blow Up the Pokies’ and 'You Sound Like Louis Burdett', plays some new originals and pulls out a batch of surprising Americana
    Gunnedah Town Hall
  • Saturday 13 August 2022
    The Sentimental Bloke is a 1919 Australian silent film based on C. J. Dennis’s tales of working-class life and love in the backstreets of Melbourne. In 2019, the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) of Australia digitally restored the film to mark its 100th anniversary as part of the NFSA Restores program. In 2021, composer and pianist Ian Munro composed a new score for the film using Australian songs from the period of the film.
    The Civic
  • Wednesday 7 September 2022
    Gunnedah Shire Band Hall
  • Wednesday 19 October 2022
    Alexander Gadjiev is the First Prize winner of the Sydney international Piano competition award in 2021 and has performed at prestigious festivals, including Verbier, the Rubinstein Festival in Łódź, the Chopin Festival in Duszniki, Ravenna Musica and the Kammermusik Salzburg Festival. Alexander is an in demand soloist with orchestras, and as a recitalist, he has performed in the Salle Gaveau in Paris, the Great Hall of Ljubljana’s Philharmonie, and La Fenice in Venice.
    The Civic