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  • Anna Sleptsova | Cappuccino Concerts
    Sydney Conservatorium the Sydney Opera and Ballet Orchestra engaged Anna in various capacities In 1997 Anna moved to Perth where she was teaching first at UWA until 2001 and from 2007 at WAAPA As a soloist chamber musician and accompanist Anna has made numerous live and studio recordings for ABC Classic FM She also appeared on ABC TV SBS Radio and 2MBS FM Anna collaborated with several distinguished musicians among them Roger Smalley Simon Tedeschi John Harding Peter Tanfield Paul Wright Barbara Jane Gilby Sophie Rowell Esther van Stralen Jane Edwards Sally Anne Russell Caitlin Hulcup Michael Goldschlager Joel Marangella Rod McGrath Allan Meyer Daniel Kossov and many others a convincing keyboard athlete with a capacity to generate enormous volumes of sound negotiating hazardous terrain with ease leaving little doubt of her skills in coping with ferociously demanding works The West Australian An active chamber musician she regularly collaborates with her colleagues at WAAPA and UWA performs with WASO musicians and groups and as a soloist with WASO and Faith Court Orchestra While teaching at UWA she and a prominent composer and pianist Rogers Smalley formed a duo piano team and presented many concerts and live broadcasts with most demanding

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  • Christina Katsimbardis | Cappuccino Concerts
    tours She was concertmaster from 2001 to 2003 and was soloist for the 2003 European Tour She received the ArtsWA Senior Scholarship in 2002 Christina participated in many Australian Youth Orchestra programs from 2004 to 2007 often as a principal player including the 2004 National Music Camp where she performed the world premiere of Andrew Ford s violin solo Motherwell at the Guggenheim five AYO tour seasons including 2004 European Tour AYO TSO Fellowship AYO MSO Fellowship Camerata Australia and Chamber Music Development Camp In 2009 Christina was Assistant Violin Tutor at National Music Camp in Adelaide Christina has performed with the Australian Chamber Orchestra Melbourne Chamber Orchestra West Australian Symphony Orchestra Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Victorian Opera Orchestra Victoria Royal Melbourne Philharmonic The Orchestra Project Melbourne the ANAM Orchestra and the Collegium Orchestra Perth In 2006 she was a principal player in the Mozart 250th Anniversary Concert as part of the Festival of Perth and performed in contemporary music concerts at BMW Edge as part of the Melbourne International Arts Festival In 2009 Christina was the leader of the ANAM Chamber Ensemble in the production Im Wunderschönen Monat Mai performed at the Malthouse Theatre This performance was repeated at the

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  • Ashley William Smith | Cappuccino Concerts
    Australian composers in New York and Washington D C Ashley has future performances scheduled in the USA Canada and Europe with his duo partner Australian pianist Aura Go In 2013 Ashley appear with the Chamber Music Society of the Lincoln Centre the Australian String Quartet and will take a core position in Melbourne s Syzygy Ensemble Ashley graduated from the UWA with First Class Honours and prizes including the Lady Callaway Medal the Edith Cowan Prize In addition he was awarded the Sir Harold Bailey Award as the most outstanding graduate of the UWA Faculty of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences and was nominated for the J A Wood Prize the University s most prestigious honour Ashley is also an alumnus of the Australian National Academy of Music and in 2010 was an Academy Fellow In 2009 he won both the jury and audience prizes at the Academy s Concerto Competition and in 2010 was awarded the inaugural Harold Mitchell Fellowship He is currently pursuing postgraduate studies on full scholarship at Yale University and is mentored by David Shifrin Ashley is the Yale School of Music s current nominee for the prestigious Arthur FootePrize Most recently Ashley was named the 2012 Music Council of Australia FreedmanFellow and will subsequently pursue an international recital tour and study program in 2013 Alongside his passion for new music and the clarinet Ashley is a die hard fan of opera and is undergoing intense tuition to tame his recently discovered heldentenor voice He has dreams of one day singing at the Met Opera in New York Coffee Break Interview Ashley Smith Background I am also from Perth After completing my BMus Hons at UWA in 2006 I went to the Australian National Academy of Music in Melbourne for three years For the first half of 2010 I was an ANAM Fellow and am currently mid way through a MMus at Yale University in the United States Most memorable performance Without a doubt performing the Lindberg Clarinet Concerto with the ANAM Orchestra and Brett Dean It was such a thrill to perform one of my favourite works for the instrument with an orchestra consisting entirely of my best friends We received a fifteen minute standing ovation My most terrifying embarrassing onstage moment When I realised that I was going to have to play an encore after the above Lindberg performance and finding myself playing a piece of music called Clair by Franco Donatoni perhaps the most difficult work in my repertoire I don t actually remember starting the piece but about half way through my brain clicked in and I realised that I was playing from memory and to a full house something which I hadn t looked at for about three months That performance came entirely down to muscle memory and absolutely no brain activity whatsoever My dream recital A concert of new music by Australian composers with an imagined full time Australian new music ensemble at the new imagined Perth Recital Centre a

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  • Katherine Corecig | Cappuccino Concerts
    to the viola during the first year of this degree She then went back to her musical roots embarking on a Bachelor of Music degree in classical viola performance at the University of Western Australia from which she graduated with First Class Honours in 2010 Katherine has been a member of the Sartory String Quartet Juniper Chamber Orchestra and several other ensembles and is a casual violist with the West

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  • Clara Helms | Cappuccino Concerts
    two Summers Operas in Sydney Loves Lessons Learnt and Carmen the Musical In 2008 Clara was asked to attend a 2 week master class with international vocal coach Neil Semer in Germany and later that year she spent 3 months studying Italian in Florence Italy In 2009 Clara won the Classical Open Section of the Fremantle Eisteddfods Last year Clara was a lead in the Musical Premier The Last Maharajah

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  • Anna Sarcich | Cappuccino Concerts
    award winning chamber music groups participated in masterclasses with LiWei Pal and Erika Eder and the Australian String Quartet and is the only person to have won the coveted Pauline Steele Solo Cello Prize three years running She also participated in the National Music Camp and Australian Youth Orchestra programs Since leaving University Anna has studied in London under the internationally renowned cellists Raphael Wallfisch and Moray Welsh and while

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  • Jasmine Skinner | Cappuccino Concerts
    school years nurtured a love of the instrument and the opportunities it provided to interact with friends in group classes orchestras and performances Throughout high school Jasmine studied violin with Alan Bonds who tutored her through TEE music Jasmine then continued with music under the tuition of Paul Wright at the University of Western Australia where she is still currently studying Apart from studying Jasmine works casually for the Western

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  • Jacqueline O'Neill | Cappuccino Concerts
    Meyer graduating from UWA with a Bachelor of Music Performance degree with first class honours She went on to do further study in Hong Kong under Andrew Simon After two and a half years of freelance performing in Hong Kong with groups such as the Hong Kong Festival Wind Orchestra and City of Hong Kong Chamber Orchestra Jacqueline has returned to Perth and continues to perform as a freelance musician

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