Flutist Emilia Antcliff has performed solo and as a member of orchestra’s in Australia, The United States of America, Europe and Ireland.
Emilia graduated from Sydney’s Conservatorium of Music High School under the tutelage of Swiss/Australian flutist Bridget Bolliger and is now completing a Bachelor of Music Performance (Flute) at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague in the Netherlands under renown Flute Professor, Thies Roorda.
Emilia has received prizes in numerous competitions including 1st place in the NSW Flute Society Eisteddfod Open Championships, 2nd Place at the Australian Flute Festival Young Artists Competition and 3rd Place in the Sydney Eisteddfod Flute Competition. Emilia was also the winner of the CHAOS award for excellence in Chamber Music Performance.
Emilia has appeared as Principal Flute in several orchestra’s including, the Sydney Youth Orchestra, SBS Radio & Television Youth Orchestra, Arts Unit Symphony Orchestra, Den Haag Kerst Philharmonic and the Dutch National Student Orchestra. Emilia has also undertaken work experience and collaboration projects with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Emilia has had the opportunity to learn from some of the best flutists in the world having participated in masterclasses and private lessons for Patricia Morris, Emily Beynon, Paul Edmund-Davies, Alison Mitchell, Walter Auer, Felix Renggli, Aldo Baerten, Janet Webb, Rosamund Plummer & Emma Sholl.
Emilia’s teaching experience is extensive having taught from her private studio in Newport since 2010 and has held the position of Flute teacher at numerous Northern Beaches schools. Emilia has also taught at workshop days and band camps across Sydney.
These details were last updated on March 5, 2015