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Melbourne International Saxophone Festival

I will be performing with the Melbourne Saxophone Ensemble at this year’s festival, supporting world-renowned saxophonists Vincent David (France), Nikita Zimin (Russia) and Emma McPhilemy (UK). Taking place at the newly opened Conservatorium of Music in Southbank, the festival is a hotspot for performance, educational workshops and checking out gear. 

Gala Concert
Sunday 30th June, 6pm
Hanson Dyer Hall, The Ian Potter Southbank Centre,
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
Tickets available at: http://www.melbournesaxophone.com/2019misf-galaconcert

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Surf Coast Trail Marathon

I always enjoy playing some tunes to help the runners push through the aches and pains of a 42km slog. Starting at Torquay the runners will follow the Surf Coast Walk all the way to Fairhaven and enjoy some breathtaking scenery along the way. I’ll be playing on Saturday 29th June from 11:45 at Urquhart bluff with a picturesque view of the Victorian Beach!

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CLASAX Performance Competition

The Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Victoria has been a long-running organisation promoting the performance of  single reed instruments. Each year they hold a performance competition that gives individuals and ensembles a chance to showcase their skills.

This year I will be adjudicating the Yamaha Saxophone Competition which targets tertiary students who need to perform a Tango Etude by Piazzolla and a work of their own choosing.

Saturday 15th June from 1pm
Fintona Girls’ School, Balwyn

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Saxophone and Organ recital

I will be joining forces with Frank De Rosso in the lovely acoustics of the St. Mary’s Basilica as part of the Windfire festival. We will be performing a selection of works for soprano and alto saxophones accompanied by organ with compositions by Stamm, Cooman, Conte and Telemann.

Wednesday 22nd May
The Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels, 136 Yarra St Geelong

12:30 – 1:00pm
Free entry

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VCE Music Teacher’s Conference 2019

It is always a pleasure to present at the aMuse VCE conference to share some things that have worked for me and learn about developments in this amazing subject.

I will be holding a teaching strategy workshop on unpacking the performance criteria for instrumental lessons, sharing some of the activities that have had success with my students. Beyond simply learning how to play their program, students will learn how to draw out the key elements of each work to showcase their understanding of the criteria.

Registrations are available on the aMuse website.

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