Bachelor of Music: Classical Performance, Bachelor of Arts (Honours): Anthropology and Music Studies, Graduate Diploma of Music, currently studying a PhD in Ethnomusicology at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney.
Victoria Parsons first became interested in playing instruments at the age of 10, when Cooma Public School took the initiative to establish their first school band. Through chance she was given a flute to try and instantly fell in love with its sound. With the support of school bands, community bands, choirs, church music groups, the enthusiastic teachers at the Cooma School of Music and the wonderful opportunities this small musical community offers, Victoria has been encouraged to learn, grow and establish a true passion for music.
Victoria completed a Bachelor of Music (AIM) in 2012, a Bachelor of Arts (Honours): Anthropology and Music Studies at the University of Sydney (2015), and is currently studying a PhD in Ethnomusicology at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music (USyd). She continues to tutor flute, voice, and ensembles at Clavier Music & Art in Hurstville, NSW, as the Head Flute Teacher. In July 2017, Victoria will tour with the Infusjon Ensemble throughout the Eden-Monaro, NSW.
Clavier Music & Art 小豆苗音樂美術中心: http://clavier.com.au/index.php
These details were last updated on May 1, 2018