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Gwyn Roberts

Gwyn Roberts has had a very active career as a cellist, conductor and music educator.  He was Musical Director of the Queensland University Symphony Orchestra for 25 years, and Senior Lecturer in the School of Music.  His varied career as a cellist has seen him play principal cello with Tasmanian, Adelaide, Auckland  and Canberra Symphony Orchestras, the Australian Chamber Orchestra,  and the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra, and with Mayne String Trio, the Queensland Piano Trio, Ensemble I, and the contemporary ensemble Perihelion. Since retiring from UQ, he continues to be involved in music education at all levels from student to professional as performer, teacher, conductor, examiner and researcher.


Delegates’ Orchestra

To finish the mini-conference, delegates will form an orchestra and enjoy playing Dag Wirén’s delightful Serenade for Strings, and perhaps something baroque as well!


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