BMus, GDipMusSt (Perf), MMusSt (Perf), STCA(Pri), MTAQ (Prof), MAGTR
Braxton Neate is a Brisbane based cellist and educator. Braxton is Director of Teaching and Head of the String Department at Browning Street Studios where he maintains a very active Suzuki Method cello studio. He is also a faculty member of the Ipswich Grammar School music department where he teaches cello and directs a number of orchestras. Braxton currently serves on the state councils of the Australian String Teachers’ Association and Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia and is a Board Member of the West End Music and Dance Teachers’ Cooperative.
Braxton completed his undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University where he studied cello under Mei-Lee and Markus Stocker and string pedagogy with Elizabeth Morgan AM.
Braxton is active as a freelance musician and has recorded for ABC Radio and Television. Braxton was Co-Founder of Ensemble Fabrique, one of Brisbane’s innovative new music ensembles, staging and commissioning many new compositions. He has a keen interest in the performance of contemporary Australian compositions and World Music projects, particularly the music of East Asia.
These details were last updated on August 27, 2016