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Michael Wilson

Michael Wilson is a young and passionate tenor saxophonist currently completing his second year in the Bachelor of Music program at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. Following a successful first year, Michael was accepted into the advanced performance strand, and is studying under Australian woodwind specialist Diana Tolmie.  Michael currently performs with the Queensland Conservatorium […]

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Carlin Hara-Crockford

Carlin Hara-Crockford began playing alto saxophone when he was 11 years old, then inspired to play tenor saxophone after hearing a recording of Henry Mancini’s The Pink Panther,featuring Plas John Johnson Jr. performing the theme. Currently a first year Bachelor of Music classical tenor saxophone student at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, he is studying […]

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Sebastian Martin-Wallace

Sebastian Martin-Wallace’s musical journey began at the age of 7 when he started learning the recorder. Now at age 17, he enjoys playing the clarinet, saxophone, piano and singing for many audiences and bands throughout Queensland. He has won many coveted awards and competitions for singing and saxophone including the Sunshine Coast Eisteddfod Senior Brass […]

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Mathew Klotz

Hailing from Far North Queensland, Mathew performed regularly in local eisteddfods with great success. He is now a third year at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University studying a Bachelor of Music in saxophone and composition under Diana Tolmie and Gerard Brophy respectively. Mathew is currently writing a new work inspired by time spent in the […]

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Emily Strickland

Emily Strickland began playing alto saxophone when she was 10 years old but more than fell in love with the instrument after trying the baritone saxophone and became heavily involved in school bands, musicals, competitions and the Queensland Youth Orchestra Wind Ensemble learning from Andrew Ball. Currently enrolled in the Continuing Education Certificate in Music […]