AmusA (distinction), Grade 5 Theory (distinction)
[CURRENTLY AVAILABLE IN MELBOURNE FOR HOLIDAY CLASSES]
I am a passionate and wholehearted teacher, committed to teaching the violin to students at all levels. My approach is firm and detailed with the aim of not only inspiring or encouraging a love for music, but fostering a sense of confidence in a student towards their own playing.
I am willing to take into consideration each person’s goals whether it be attending AMEB or Trinity exams, preparing for scholarships, competitions or learning for fun.
I also offer musicianship and theory lessons.
Qualifications and Performance Experience:
2018 – Finalist for the 2019 Sydney Symphony Fellowship
2017 – Intern with award-winning Tinalley String Quartet
2017 – Performed in Xi’An, China with the University of Queensland’s Symphony Orchestra
2017 – Intern with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra
2017 – Violinist in the Australian Youth Orchestra’s February and July Seasons
2015 – 2016 – First violinist of the Armilla Quartet, New Gen artists at the Bangalow Music Festival
2016 – Finalist in the Sleath Competition
2016 – Member of the Australian Youth Orchestra’s National Music Camp
2015 – Winner of the University of Queensland’s 4MBS Musica Viva Sid Page Memorial Prize in Chamber Music
2015 – Invited to attend the New York University’s Winter Music Program
2014 – Concertmaster in Melbourne’s SummerSalt Music, Film, Theatre and Art Festival
2014 – Soloist performing Richard Mills’ Double Concerto
2014 – ACO Academy Member
2013 – AMEB Grade 5 Theory (distinction)
2013 – AMEB AmusA (distinction)
These details were last updated on October 28, 2018