B.Mus. (Hons), A.Mus.A.
Alanna Scaramella began her studies in music and violin at the age of six. After becoming a member of the Australian National Academy of Music’s,‘Young Academy Program,’ Alanna commenced tutelage in 2008 with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra first violinist, Mark Mogilevski. At age 14, she received her A.Mus.A diploma from the Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB) and was also a prize winner at the Preston Youth Concerto Competition. Alanna has also performed on the international stage, with recent performances including solo performances in concert at Aula Sinfonia Jakarta, Indonesia.
Having had the opportunity to perform as a soloist with orchestra, Alanna is also an enthusiastic chamber and orchestral musician, and has participated in the Melbourne Youth Music program and Melbourne Youth Orchestra. She has recently completed her honours year of studying a Bachelor of Music at the University of Melbourne with First Class Honours. During her time at the university, she was a recipient of the Corinna D’Hage Mayer Scholarship for four years running, the Brunner Prize in Excellence, the Alberto Zelman Violin Scholarship, and the Bertha Jorgensen Exhibition Award.
Alanna is currently completing her Masters of Music Studies degree with renown Australian violin pedagogue Alice Waten.
These details were last updated on March 6, 2017