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Penrith Conservatorium will reopen for regular face-to-face private lessons, group lessons and ensembles from Term 3 starting Monday 20 July 2020! As part of our new COVID-safe measures, we will be implementing a COVID Safety Plan for all our education programmes according to the requirement from the NSW Government to ensure we operate safely and in accordance with health orders at all times. Please read our full COVID Safety Plan HERE.

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Street Notes will offer eight musicians aged 18 – 26 years old a mentoring experience and workshop residency within Penrith Conservatorium at The Joan in late October to early November. $500 stipend available! Working with their mentors, project peers and Artistic Director, they will develop and devise their collaborative performances, while receiving feedback, guidance and support.  Upon completion of successful workshop sessions, all mentees will be involved in the performance of their works across the two performance dates, in a series of three or four micro concerts (10 – 15 minutes each) The micro-concerts can be enjoyed individually or sequentially as one progressive performance.
Eight musicians will receive a mentoring experience and workshop residency within Penrith Conservatorium at The Joan in late October to early November, with a $500 stipend.  APPLY NOW: penrithconservatorium.com.au/opportunities/street-notes/  Images: Christina Mishell #streetnotes #streetmusic #busking #penrith #wsu #westernsydney #music #sydneymusic #musician #sydneymusicians #sydneymusicscene #sydneymusic #sydneymusician #sydneymusicaltheatre #sydneyaustralia #penrithcity #penrithcitycouncil #bluemountains #bluemountainsaustralia
🎵🎶🏞🚦DEADLINE EXTENDED! Closes 25 Sep. CALLING ALL MUSICIANS AGED 18 – 26 YEARS OLD! $500 stipend on offer!  We are inviting emerging artists to participate in Street Notes – a project that redefines the relevance of classical music in our community.  It is a series of pop-up classical/crossover musical performances in the streetscapes of Penrith and St Marys. The laneways, arcades and back streets of our city become landscapes for classical repertoire, creating an experience for both audience and performer that can’t be replicated in the Concert Hall.  We are offering eight musicians a mentoring experience and workshop residency within Penrith Conservatorium at Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre in late October to early November, with a $500 stipend as well.  To find out more about this opportunity and to apply, visit: penrithconservatorium.com.au/opportunities/street-notes/
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Don't miss the performance by Fiona Joy Hawkins and Rebecca Daniel livestreaming right now on Facebook!  Head over to this page now https://bit.ly/2EB3nvh
🎵 Tomorrow 28 August 11am AEST, don’t miss this special concert by Fiona Joy Hawkins and Rebecca Daniel livestreamed via Facebook from our Q Theatre stage at The Joan! We're bringing together an empty stage, a lonely piano 🎹 and two idle musicians so that we can share live music globally.  To experience the livestream tomorrow, visit https://bit.ly/2EB3nvh
As part of our Art + Music Insights 2020 Online Series, musician and lecturer of classical music, Andy Bromberger will be giving a free online talk this Wednesday 19 August 11am!  🎵 Equal temperament was a musical invention which enabled composers and musicians to write and play our complexed Western music. Musicians, composers, scientists and instrument makers worked for hundreds of years, to manipulate sound to make our concept of tonality different from all other music. How did they do this and why was it so important?  Head over to our website now https://bit.ly/3gYyRK6 for details on how you can join in the talk which will be delivered via Zoom.
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