8 lecturers found
April Albert is an international performer, theatre maker and academic. As an artist, she specialises in creating politically engaged performance in a range of contexts and settings. Her solo performance work explores how the historical and cultural resonates in our current social and political experiences.
Johanna Allen is one of Australia’s most acclaimed singers / actors. She has worked within musical theatre, theatre, opera, film, television, and cabaret. She works as a director, writer and curator/artistic director across theatre, festivals and television.
Duncan Brown is a professional bass player and teacher with a resume that's full of impressive credits. Duncan has a Diploma in Jazz Studies (Performance) and a Graduate Diploma (Music) from the Australian National University.
Nick is a Melbourne-based guitarist, composer, producer, and educator. A songwriter and performer with various original acts - live and in the studio.
As a bass player (electric and double bass), Hugh has performed with a who's who of Australian and international performers including Brian May and Roger Taylor of Queen, Rhonda Burchmore, Grace Knight, James Morrison, Geraldine Turner and many more.
Gary Fredericks is a seasoned Australian musician with decades of experience as a live performer, songwriter and recording artist. He has worked with a long list of Australian superstars, including Johnny O’Keefe and Air Supply. In the 80s, his band Full Marks was signed to CBS Records (now Sony Music).
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Gary is a highly qualified music academic and a seasoned musician. As an upright and electric bass player, he has performed and recorded with many jazz artists including Kevin Hunt, Grace Knight, Bill Risby, Joy Yates and Dave Macrae, and a guest solo on Plini’s ‘Wombat Astronaut’
Noa has been teaching and working as a professional musician in Sydney for the last 10 years.