Laura Evans

  • Bachelor of Music Performance (classical) Honours


Learning an instrument is an excellent way to build confidence in all aspects of life. It promotes focus and attention to detail as well as finely honed problem solving skills. It's also so much fun!

I started the violin aged 5. I loved it from the very beginning and through lots of hard work and practice I got to travel and be a part of some amazing productions such as State School Spectaculars, Melbourne Youth Music Summer Schools and the Australian Youth Orchestra. I furthered my studies by moving across the country to Adelaide and the Elder Conservatorium. Australia’s oldest musical institute. Here i learnt from some of the best teachers in the country including Elizabeth Layton and Kristian Winther. I was part of the Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra and enjoyed concertmaster roles as well as leadership and soloist positions with the Elder Conservatorium Chamber Orchestra. My piano trio was tutored by Australian leaders such as Anna Goldsworthy from Seraphim trio and Michelle Walsh, Patricia Pollet, Lachlan Bramble and Daniel de Borah at the Mount Buller Chamber Music Summer School. In 2012 I was a finalist in the Elder Conservatorium Beta Sigma Phi Competition. I have participated in programs run by the Australian International Symphony Orchestra Institute and held a 2014 Adelaide Symphony Orchestra traineeship.

I also love to teach! I enjoy the challenge of tailoring a program to each individual student. We all learn differently and it gives me great pleasure to show students how many different ways there are to approach learning. I offer flexible times and am willing to travel to you!

(Travel within Sale is included! If you live outside of town, depending on the distance, there will be a small fee to cover my petrol.)

If you would like to discuss lesson details please don’t hesitate to give me a call.
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Sale, VIC
Travelling in the local area
0427 187 777


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Details last updated on January 28, 2016