Monika Kornel

Monika performs regularly as both soloist and continuo player with a number of well known ensembles and orchestras including the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Willoughby Orchestra, SBS Orchestra, the St Laurence Baroque Orchestra, Marais Project, Salut!Baroque.

 
Stan Kornel

At 12, Stan formed with his elder siblings the Kornel String Quartet, performing in Canberra and Sydney.

 
Sally Whitwell

Antipodean creative Sally Whitwell is a pianist, composer, conductor and educator whose primary purpose is to Keep Classical Music Friendly. She’s equally happy performing solo recitals on concert platforms as she is playing rhythmic clapping games with rooms full of…

 
Andrew Meisel

Andrew Meisel was born in Sydney and began his musical and double bass studies at the age of 16. He graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium in 1996 after five years of study with Brett Berthold and in the same year…

 
Heloise Meisel

[divider] Heloise’s concerts [events_list limit=5 pagination=1 tag=1019, 754] Blog posts and interviews with Heloise [display-posts tag=”heloise-meisel” image_size=”thumbnail” wrapper=”div” include_date=”true” date_format=”M j, Y” include_excerpt=”true”] We asked Heloise a few questions [list type=’arrow’] How old were you when you decided to be…

 
Grace Kim

Australian pianist Grace Kim is active as a soloist, chamber musician, and teacher. She has performed with the major symphony orchestras of Australia, Belgium, Turkey, Russia and Ukraine, and won numerous prizes in various national and international competitions. Grace has…

 
Profile | Jenny Eriksson

Jennifer is widely recognised as one of Australia’s best known and most versatile viola da gambists.

 
Ian Sykes

Ian Sykes studied at the University of Newcastle with Margery Smith, graduating with a Bachelor of Music (first class honours). Subsequent studies have included a Master of Music (performance) degree with Catherine McCorkill at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and…

 
Alison Evans

Alison completed her Bachelor of Music in Performance in 1999 and her Master of Music Studies in 2000 at the Queensland Conservatorium. She then went on to complete Master of Music (Performance) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, graduating in…

 
Helen Ayres

Helen Ayres is a Doctoral graduate from the University of Melbourne where she studied with Mark Mogilevsky and completed research into the music of the Romanian violinist and composer George Enescu. She served as Acting Head of Strings in 2007…

 
Helen Ireland

Helen Ireland, originally from Adelaide, has made Melbourne her home since moving in 2000 to attend the Australian National Academy of Music. Soon after Flinders Quartet was formed, and as her dream had been for many years to be a…

 
Zoe Knighton

Zoe Knighton began cello studies at the age of nine and has since made a career as a pedagogue, chamber musician and soloist. In 2008, Zoe founded the Melbourne Chamber Feast as a biannual festival, and in 2009 was the…

 
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