The UQ School of Music is asking for expressions of interest (EOI’s) for musicians, ensembles and lecturers to be a part of our 2021 concert program. Fill in an EOI to feature your concert or presentation. Our concert program is divided up into six categories - please read carefully and consider which series your program would best suit.

NB: Applications for EOI’s will be accepted up until the 07th December 2020.
 

EOI Form

Lunchtime Concert Series
These concerts feature UQ ensembles-in-residence, staff and external artists, and serve as a teaching and learning experience for our students to learn from professional musicians engaged in the music industry. These concerts are held weekly on Thursdays between 1pm – 2pm (sound check from 11am for livestreaming purposes).   

UQ Art Museum concert series
These series feature UQ alumni, staff and students creating new and emerging genres of music. Preferably, we seek artists that combine modern technology with traditional musical performance. We are however open to new concepts, ideas and approaches. Artists must have a willingness to thematically relate their performances to (or interact with), the Art Exhibitions occurring at the UQ Art Museum in 2021. Genres previously featured at these concerts have included electro-acoustic, EDM, structured and free improvisation, and site-specific/spatial compositions.

Customs House concert series
This series has features UQ ensembles-in-residence, UQ student ensembles and staff performances.

Music at St John’s
This series features student soloists and small ensembles. Previous concerts have featured our Wind and Brass students, and the UQ Chamber Singers.

Music on 4MBS
Each month the School of Music features staff and students on the Music at UQ 4MBS Classic FM radio show, who present recordings, research and current news from the School.

Music at St John’s College Chapel
St John’s has a harpsichord and organ that has been used in the past for traditional baroque/classical concerts.