Leading innovative music research with strong artistic and social outcomes

The Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre undertakes cutting-edge research that tackles the complex and multifaceted role that music plays in contemporary society.

Through our diverse programs, community engagement initiatives and remarkable partnerships, our research is continuing to drive global impact.

We collaborate with national and international partners and stakeholders to cultivate projects that are imaginative in content and design, interdisciplinary in nature, and dedicated to addressing the pressing needs of our time.

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Artistic research in music

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Music and communities

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Music learning and teaching

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Music and technology

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Music, health and wellbeing

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Research highlights

Transforming one-to-one pedagogy

This project, which has strong collegiate relationships with national and international partners, seeks to enhance one-to-one learning and teaching by developing, implementing, evaluating and disseminating strategies and resources for instrumental and vocal teachers.

Creative barkly

Creative Barkly aims to examine how the arts and cultural sector is currently functioning in one of Australia’s most remote regions in the Northern Territory, and deliver resources and recommendations that will inform current policies, strategies and initiatives in Barkly and beyond.

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