Past Successful Graduates
Glenn ChristensenSchool: Griffith Film School (GFS)
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Major Achievements: Graduating with a Bachelor of Music in 2011, Glenn was the the first Queensland Conservatorium student to be awarded the School’s three highest prizes – the Conservatorium Medal, the Music Medal and the University Medal. The same week he completed his studies, Glenn was appointed Principal 1st Violin of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO), the youngest Australian to ever to do so. He held this position until moving to the Australian Chamber Orchestra in 2014, as the Core Member, Violin.
Glenn also formed a highly successful Lyrebird trio, who in 2013, won the Australian Pacific Chamber Music Competition and have been awarded two residencies at the prestigious Banff Music Centre in Canada.
In 2015, Glenn was accepted into the prestigious Prussia Cove School in the United Kingdom and continues to be in very high demand for many ensemble performances.
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