I am a passionate musician who has derived great joy from music over several years. Providing there is a technical foundation in place, I strongly believe that passion and enjoyment plays a pivotal role in creating great performances. Therefore, I endeavour to impart in my students a genuine love of music. My intention as a teacher is to guide my students through whatever musical journey they wish to take.
I am currently studying in the ANU School of Music’s prestigious ‘Music for Colleges H-course’ program in the Advanced Music (Classical) stream. Within this program, I study Clarinet with James Williams, Music theory and history with Leonard Weiss, Aural skills with the world renowned countertenor Tobias Cole and receive chamber music/performance tuition with such musicians as Vernon Hill and Katherine Day. I also play in a jazz band tutored by ARIA winning musician Miroslav Bukovsky.
I have performance experience in several ensembles in Canberra including the Canberra Youth Orchestra, National Capital Orchestra and concert bands that have won gold awards at the Australian National Eisteddfod and performed in the Parliament House Great Hall. Recent engagements include performing in the orchestra for the 67th Intervarsity Choral Festival held at St. Christopher’s Cathedral and Carmina Burana with the National Capital Orchestra.
These details were last updated on August 28, 2016