A sought after soloist, Aaron Klein has completed a Bachelor of Music with Honours at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music under the tutelage of Paul Champion and David Thomas and recently won a full time clarinet position with the Royal Australian Air Force Band. A talented multi-instrumentalist – he is equally at home on the bass clarinet, Japanese bamboo flute or the ocarina.
His solo appearances include the Weber Clarinet Concerto in F minor with the Hawthorn U3A Orchestra in 2014, the Bruch Double Concerto for Clarinet and Viola in 2015 and in 2016, the Yu Clarinet Concerto with the Australian Asian Orchestra and the Mozart Clarinet Concerto with Orchestra Nouveau.
Aaron regularly performs with the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra and Melbourne Opera and has toured China with both orchestras. As founder of Ensemble con Fuoco, Aaron has appeared at the Melbourne Recital Centre performing the Bartok Contrasts for Clarinet, Violin and Piano as well as commissioned over 20 new Australian works with the group.
When not playing the clarinet, Aaron is an avid freestyle skier, freelance graphic designer and fire-eating enthusiast.
I enjoy teaching towards goals, such as AMEB exams, but will also take on students that are only interested in playing in a much more relaxed and leisurely manor.
I have a current WWC check and am also an accredited teacher with the Victorian Music Teachers Association.
These details were last updated on September 30, 2016