Events

  • Last chance to see University choir before overseas tour[29 June 2012]

    An award-winning University of Sydney choir will hold a final concert this Sunday before embarking on an international tour where they will be performing in some of the world's most famous venues, including Westminster Abbey and at Notre Dame Cathedral. More

  • Celebrating Australia's ancient music at The Con[27 June 2012]

    Some of the world's oldest musical compositions dating as far back as 25,000 years will feature in a free all-day event celebrating Australia's Indigenous musical culture at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music on Saturday 30 June. More

  • Celebrating Australia's ancient music at The Con[27 June 2012]

    Some of the world's oldest musical compositions dating as far back as 25,000 years will feature in a free all-day event celebrating Australia's Indigenous musical culture at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music on Saturday 30 June. More

  • Compass "Introduction to University" Day[7 May 2012]

    On Wednesday 2 May 2012, seven students from the SCM Music Education Unit participated in the "Introducation to University" Day for Year 3 students. More

  • PRINCETON JAZZ COMES TO THE CON[13 March 2012]

    Next week the Sydney Conservatorium of Music welcomes Princeton University Jazz to Australia where students from the two jazz schools will undertake a week-long intensive exchange of musical and cultural ideas. More

  • CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AT APPLE WITH STRINGS ATTACHED[3 November 2011]

    The Sydney Conservatorium of Music has teamed up with Apple to offer Christmas shoppers at Apple's George Street store something different in the way of live music, every Thursday in November. More

  • ENDTIME[28 October 2011]

    At the end of 2011, Professor Kim Walker will complete her second term as Dean & Principal of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, a role she commenced in 2004. In a fitting tribute to her tenure as Dean, during which The Con has achieved unprecedented international ecognition, the SCM Symphony Orchestra will take on the challenge of Mahler's magnificent Ninth Symphony, under their Maestro, Professor Imre Palló, in a concert aptly titled "Endtime". More

  • Circus Maximus[19 August 2011]

    CIRCUS MAXIMUS, one of the highlights of this year's Art&About Sydney festival, is a musical work that has never been performed in Australia and only very rarely elsewhere in the world, because of the sheer scale and the number of musicians required to stage it. More

  • 'CONCERT FOR CHRISTCHURCH'[10 March 2011]

    The Sydney Conservatorium of Music will host a special fundraising event this Sunday, 13 March to support the Australian Red Cross New Zealand Earthquake appeal. More

  • 2011 CONCERT CALENDAR - WHAT'S ON AT THE CON[3 March 2011]

    Hundreds of concerts, recitals, masterclasses and other special events will be on offer to the public this year as part of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music's 2011 Concert Calendar. More

  • THE CON OFFICIALLY LISTED A STATE HERITAGE TREASURE[28 January 2011]

    "A fitting tribue to a wonderful Sydney icon and a living treasure!" That is how Dean and Principal of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Professor Kim Walker described the formal listing of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music on the State Heritage Register. More

  • LIVING TREASURE'S NEW MUSIC IS A WARNING[26 October 2010]

    Peter Sculthorpe

    Australia's most revered composer, Peter Sculthorpe, is not one to shirk his feelings when it comes to the natural world and the perils of climate change. More