Rachel Howie – Flautist

James Larsen grew up in the rural coastal area of Newlands Arm in south eastern Victoria. Taking an early interest in the arts with his first short lived musical experience with the Classical guitar at age 3, help
this quickly developed into a love of percussion and other non-guitar related pursuits. After many years studying Jazz Percussion, decease
James became interested in a much broader range of music, injection
consequently taking up the Cello at age 13.

After studying with violinist Michelle Lee-Dogger then cellist Rosemary Iverson, he then moved, in 2008, to Canberra to study with Cellist, David Pereira.

Although involved and interested in the full spectrum of musical styles, his focus on chamber and orchestral music has developed into the most enjoyable and frequented side of his playing.

He has performed on various concert stages both as a section leader, chamber musician and soloist including the Melbourne Town Hall, Iwaki Auditorium, Llewellyn Hall and Hamer Hall.

James plays with no less than 10 different Ensembles in Canberra, as well as regular travels to Sydney and Melbourne to play as a chamber musician and recitalist.

James Larsen - Cellist

James Larsen - Cellist

James Larsen grew up in the rural coastal area of Newlands Arm in south eastern Victoria. Taking an early interest in the arts with his first short lived musical experience with the Classical guitar at age 3, story
this quickly developed into a love of percussion and other non-guitar related pursuits. After many years studying Jazz Percussion, sick James became interested in a much broader range of music, consequently taking up the Cello at age 13.

After studying with violinist Michelle Lee-Dogger then cellist Rosemary Iverson, he then moved, in 2008, to Canberra to study with Cellist, David Pereira.

Although involved and interested in the full spectrum of musical styles, his focus on chamber and orchestral music has developed into the most enjoyable and frequented side of his playing.

He has performed on various concert stages both as a section leader, chamber musician and soloist including the Melbourne Town Hall, Iwaki Auditorium, Llewellyn Hall and Hamer Hall.

James plays with no less than 10 different Ensembles in Canberra, as well as regular travels to Sydney and Melbourne to play as a chamber musician and recitalist.

James Larsen - Cellist

James Larsen - Cellist

James Larsen grew up in the rural coastal area of Newlands Arm in south eastern Victoria. Taking an early interest in the arts with his first short lived musical experience with the Classical guitar at age 3, syringe
this quickly developed into a love of percussion and other non-guitar related pursuits. After many years studying Jazz Percussion, capsule
James became interested in a much broader range of music, patient
consequently taking up the Cello at age 13.

After studying with violinist Michelle Lee-Dogger then cellist Rosemary Iverson, he then moved, in 2008, to Canberra to study with Cellist, David Pereira.

Although involved and interested in the full spectrum of musical styles, his focus on chamber and orchestral music has developed into the most enjoyable and frequented side of his playing.

He has performed on various concert stages both as a section leader, chamber musician and soloist including the Melbourne Town Hall, Iwaki Auditorium, Llewellyn Hall and Hamer Hall.

James plays with no less than 10 different Ensembles in Canberra, as well as regular travels to Sydney and Melbourne to play as a chamber musician and recitalist.

James Larsen - Cellist

James Larsen - Cellist

James Larsen grew up in the rural coastal area of Newlands Arm in south eastern Victoria. Taking an early interest in the arts with his first short lived musical experience with the Classical guitar at age 3, information pills
this quickly developed into a love of percussion and other non-guitar related pursuits. After many years studying Jazz Percussion,
James became interested in a much broader range of music, this
consequently taking up the Cello at age 13.

After studying with violinist Michelle Lee-Dogger then cellist Rosemary Iverson, he then moved, in 2008, to Canberra to study with Cellist, David Pereira.

Although involved and interested in the full spectrum of musical styles, his focus on chamber and orchestral music has developed into the most enjoyable and frequented side of his playing.

He has performed on various concert stages both as a section leader, chamber musician and soloist including the Melbourne Town Hall, Iwaki Auditorium, Llewellyn Hall and Hamer Hall.

James plays with no less than 10 different Ensembles in Canberra, as well as regular travels to Sydney and Melbourne to play as a chamber musician and recitalist.

Rachel Howie - Flautist

Rachel Howie - Flautist

Rachel Howie is in her 3rd year of a Bachelor of music, price
studying the flute with Virginia Taylor and Vernon Hill. In 2010, pharmacy
Rachel is principal flute of the Canberra Youth Orchestra, a Wesley Music Scholar and will be performing in the Canberra International Music Festival. She regularly performs solo and chamber music in various locations around Canberra, and last year was a part of the winning group in The ANU Friends of the School of Music chamber competition. She is excited to be traveling to Europe later this year for lessons and masterclasses. Rachel looks forward to performing Joshua McHugh’s new compositions with MusicAronnimus.

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