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State Honours Ensemble Program

 
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​Several Ironside students have been selected to participate in the State Honours Ensemble Program. This is which an educational program for music students that helps extend and encourage their pursuit of musical excellence.

Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University’s State Honours Ensemble Program has grown from relatively modest beginnings in 2001 to now include more than 3000 participants in twelve programs throughout Queensland.

SHEP is now a firmly established aspect ofmusic learning in Queensland, bringing together young people from all over the State, in regional and metropolitan centres to share their passion formaking music.

SHEP gives students the opportunity to:*Work in an intensive environment of musical excellence with their peersfrom Sth-East QLD offering a unique opportunity to extend anddevelop their musical skills*Work with a team of eminent conductors from QueenslandConservatorium Griffith University.*Represent their School (in full uniform) in a Grand Finale Concert onSunday 2 June*Receive a Certificate of Participation*Receive a SHEP T-ShirtCongratulations to the successful applicants listed below. We know you will doIronside proud!

Hanneli D
5
Successful
Cello
Jacob C
6
Successful
Trumpet
Michaela C
6
Successful
Clarinet
Navindu D
5
Successful
Viola
Eimi H
6
Successful
Violin
Elizabeth L
5
Successful
Violin
Peter Mc
6
Successful
Trumpet
Mariah M
6
Successful
Cello
Dylan P
6
Successful
Violin
Mia P
6
Successful
Cello
Annabel S
6
Successful
Clarinet
Alina G
5
Reserve
Violin
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Last reviewed 19 December 2019
Last updated 19 December 2019