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 Artistic Director of the Montsalvat twenty concert series. She was an adjudicator for the 2009 Asia Pacific Chamber Music Competition, and regularly acts as panel member and assessment advisor.
Herself is a passionate pedagogue, Zoe learned from Christian Wojtowicz, Michel Strauss (Paris), Nelson Cooke, Angela Sargeant, and Jill Kahans. She and Flinders Quartet are regular tutors for the Australian Youth Orchestra and the Mount Buller Chamber Music Summer School. Zoe also coaches chamber music and cello studies at the University of Melbourne where in 2008, she was Acting Co-ordinator of Strings. In demand as a soloist, she has performed concertos numerous times with Melbourne orchestras and continues her Bach series each year. She has been guest lecturer as the Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music and guest principal cellist with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.
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