Simone Slattery

SA
2018

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Simone Slattery is passionate about music from a wide range of eras. Simone is an Australian violinist and one of the country’s most versatile young musicians and performers. Simone’s performances nationally and internationally, on both modern and baroque violin, have received critical acclaim. Simone has appeared as soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician throughout Australia and overseas, and performs with ensembles including L’Arpeggiata, the Bachvereniging, the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, and the Australian Haydn Ensemble.


Simone began her formal violin studies at the University of Adelaide, before moving to Melbourne to study at the Australian National Academy of Music. She has received training in Australia, the USA, Canada, and Europe. She is a Ruby Award recipient, recently completed PhD studies at the University of Adelaide with a Dean's Commendation and is a 2018 Churchill Fellow.

Project

The Dame Roma Mitchell Churchill Fellowship to develop new specialised skills in historical violin performance as both performer and educator

The Dame Roma Mitchell Churchill Fellowship to develop new specialised skills in historical violin performance as both performer and educator

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