(2021) Sir John Monash Collaborative Grant

Joint winner of collaborative grant form the General Sir John Monash Foundation along with Ben Mylius to support the commissioning of score and libretto of a new work for choir honoring the spirit of General Sir John Monash titled “Called to Serve”


(2020) Kaleidoscope 2020 Call for Scores

Semi Finalist | A Curious Misadventure | Selected as a semifinalist from the submission of 7824 works.


(2020) Kaleidoscope 2020 Call for Scores

Semi Finalist | String Quartet #2: Fede | Selected as a semifinalist from the submission of 7824 works.


(2020) Creative Partnerships Australia Matchlab Grant

Successfully accepted into MATCH Lab program, including matched funding grant. Matchlab is a program building fundraising skills and providing dollar-for-dollar matched funding for fundraising campaigns for my artistic practice, run by Creative Partnerships Australia. The program typically takes place in Sydney or Melbourne, though due to the pandemic Creative Partnerships workshops were conducted via televideo conferencing.


(2020) Keene State College International 2020 Call for Scores

Winner | A Curious Misadventure for Flute, Clarinet, Violin and Cello selected as the winning work from 46 applications.

The Keene State College Music Department announces the winner of its 2020 International Call for Scores!
Congratulations to Michael Grebla for his piece, “A Curious Misadventure,” for flute, clarinet, violin, and cello. We will present the work, and discuss it with the composer himself, during a livestream lecture-recital on Saturday, February 6 at 7:30pm. To view this compelling interaction and performance, click on our livestream link: https://www.keene.edu/arts/redfern/stream/music/.
In the Music Department here at KSC, we strive to support the creation and dissemination of newly composed works, and to provide models to our students for how such a commitment can play out. Students take part in the adjudication process, they have the opportunity to work with the winning composer, and they even help design the lecture recital itself. This educational process helps our students to discover and advance their own compositional voices and to find connection with the world of composition as it exists in the present day.
Michael Grebla, an international award-winning emerging composer from Western Australia and based in New York City, writes music described by Cut-Common Magazine as “a testament to the universal strength and endurance of the human spirit.” With a deep conviction for the role music plays as a unifying mechanism in society, constructing identity and building community, he endeavours to create meaningful and inclusive cultural experiences, bridging tradition and the present through his music. In recent years his works have dealt with ideas of journey, displacement, transience, and spirituality, offering his own deeply introspective expression and examination of the human experience. Visit www.michaelgrebla.com. Michael Grebla – Composer”

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A Curious Misadventure

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Year: 2019
Duration: Approx. 10'00"
Instrumentation: Flute, Bb Clarinet, Violin & Violoncello
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An Evening with Composer Michael Grebla: 2020 Call for Scores Winner [LIVE STREAM]

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February 27, 2021 @ 7:30PM
Keene State College, New Hampshire, USA

The faculty of Keene State College give the second performance of A Curious Misadventure, followed by a lecture recital with the composer.


(2020) Deus Ex Musica - Call For Scores

Winner | String Quartet #2: “Fede”. Winning works to be performed by Carrefour Chamber Music Project in Shreveport, Louisiana in collaboration with Deus Ex Musica as part of their interfaith Sacred Chamber Music Festival. Fede was selected as a work representing a composer of the Catholic faith.


(2020) Indiana State University - Music Now Contest

Winner | String Quartet #2: “Fede”. To be featured in Indiana State University’s Contemporary Music Festival 2020.

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(2020) University of New South Wales - Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize

Joint Winner | Dr Richard Willgoss, and his wife Sue have generously provided support for this prize, offered as a way of supporting and inspiring composers of Ensemble composition of the highest standard, with a focus on creativity and excellence.

The Willgoss Ensemble Composition Prize is aimed at encouraging and promoting the creation of an original work for ensembles, in support of a thriving instrumental and choral program at UNSW Australia as represented by the Music Performance Unit.

Richard’s keen interest in composition and long-held passion for music has resulted in this special one-off Ensemble Composition Prize. This Prize is open to all Australian citizens and permanent residents, of any age and offers an opportunity for the winning composer to have their composition come to life.

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(2020) United States of America Permanent Residency/Green Card Category E26 (Professional holding advanced degrees or of exceptional ability)

Successful petition to United States Citizen and Immigration Services for 'Permanent Residency' under category E26: "Professional holding advanced degrees or of exceptional ability".  The case was successfully made by Margaret Holland-Sparages (Esq) of Brookes & DeRensis Massachusetts that my rare intersection of skills and activities in the Australian national interest provided evidence of the potential and likelihood to make significant contributions to the United States 'National Interest'.   The petition required presenting a significant body of evidence including testimony demonstrating a track record of excellence in the field, contribution to the Australian national interest, substantial activity in the United States and the likelihood to make a significant contribution to the United States. The Green Card permits indefinite stay in the United States, free travel and unlimited work authorization within the country.