TSO Scholarship In Orchestral Studies
The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra is one of Australia’s major professional orchestras. It supports the advanced education of talented musicians through its scholarship program. As a result of a partnership between the TSO and the University’s Conservatorium of Music, up to five successful applicants will enter the Graduate Diploma of Music Studies majoring in Orchestral Studies (applicants for other postgraduate courses or honours may also be eligible to apply).
The TSO and the Conservatorium of Music have fostered a close working relationship that will allow for excellent mentoring and training at a professional level associated with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.
An integral part of each scholarship is gaining valuable professional experience as a performer through taking part in a number of TSO subscription concerts. Other opportunities for paid casual performances with the Orchestra may be available from time to time.
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Elena Schwarz conductor
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Follow this link to learn more about the program: http://music.sydney.edu.au/study/national-women-composers-development-program/
Ella Macens composer
Natalie Nicolas composer
Elizabeth Younan composer
Clare Johnston composer
TSO/AYO in concert
Out of this World
15 October 2016
TSO/AYO Wind, Brass & Percussion Fellowships
National Women Composers’ Development Program Workshop
In partnership with The University of Sydney, Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Symphony Australia TSO Composers’ School
The 2016 staff included Director Richard Mills, Conductor Hamish McKeich and Tutor James Ledger. Participating composers were Chris Williams, Timothy Tate, Jakob Bragg and Stephen de Filippo.
Symphony Services International Conductor Program