Lecturers

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  • April Albert

    Academic Lecturer

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    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.

  • Matt Amy

    Academic Lecturer

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    Matt Amy is a composer, arranger, trombonist and musical director based in Melbourne. His screen credits include Dancing with the Stars, Australia’s Got Talent and Australian Idol and movies such as Death Defying Acts and Corporate Animals.

  • Michael Bartolomei

    Academic Lecturer

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    Michael has worked across multiple genres and settings, from rock and jazz to classical. He has composed for theatre (the Sydney Theatre Company's production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It) and film (Dive Deep, Resistance). His work has been featured extensively in radio and TV commercials including TVCs for Qantas and Nescafe.

  • Andrew Batterham

    Academic Lecturer

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    Andrew Batterham is an Australian composer, arranger, songwriter and performer. His music has been performed, recorded and broadcast in Australia, Asia, Europe and the USA, by artists ranging from jazz legend James Morrison to the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

  • Tim Bruer is a professional musician and teacher who has worked in the industry for almost 40 years. Obtaining a Bachelor of Music in jazz performance from Adelaide University and a Masters of Music in jazz performance from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Tim has gone on to enjoy a busy career as a live performer.  Tim has played live with […]

  • Dr. Brieley Cutting

    Academic Lecturer

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    Dr. Brieley Cutting is an Australian pianist whose playing has been critically praised for its “myriad of colours” and technical expertise. Throughout her career, she has combined her performing with her work as a piano teacher, academic lecturer, accompanist, artistic director, and artistic researcher.

  • Wendy Dixon

    Academic Lecturer

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    Wendy Dixon is a New Zealand-born pianist, cellist and singer. Wendy began her professional career at the age of 18 as Eve in Haydn’s The Creation. Over the next 11 years in New Zealand, Wendy performed an average of three operas a year, numerous oratorios and concert engagements and national tours as a vocal recitalist.

  • Hugh Fraser

    Academic Lecturer

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    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

    Academic Lecturer

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    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).

  • Vincent Giles

    Academic Lecturer

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    Vincent Giles is an experimental composer; a tinkerer with acoustic and electronic sound in the context of concert music, electronic music, installation, and performance.

  • Dr. Gary Holgate

    Head of Learning and Teaching

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    Dr. Gary Holgate is a highly qualified music academic and a seasoned musician. As an upright and electric bass player, Gary has performed and recorded with many acclaimed jazz artists including Kevin Hunt, Grace Knight, Bill Risby, Joy Yates and Dave MacRae as well as his own band Jazz Nouveau.

  • Vatche Jambazian

    Academic Lecturer

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    Sydney-born pianist Vatche Jambazian completed his Master of Music at The Juilliard School in New York following studies at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Following his international debut in Armenia, Vatche has since performed extensively throughout Europe, North America, Asia and Australia. He has played in many of the most iconic venues in the world, including the Sydney Opera House, Carnegie Hall and the Lincoln Centre, where he gave […]