8 Results for group: guest-conductors

Gyula Cseszkó (Jules)

Gyula Cseszkó (Jules) has kindly agreed to conduct our August concert because of our good friend, Mark Shiell’s shoulder problems. Jules studied in Melbourne with the Late Professor John Hopkins, along with Raymond Yong, Mario Doberning and Mark. Jules also spent 18 months doing further research under John for his ... More

Craig Johnson

Lieutenant Colonel Craig Johnson, born and raised in Sydney, NSW, joined the Australian Regular Army as a musician in 1977. He subsequently served in Army bands in Sydney, Perth and Canberra before being selected to attend Army Band Officer training at the Defence Force School of Music in Melbourne. Upon graduation he was ... More

David Lawrence

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Sean O’Boyle

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Mario Dobernig

Mario Dobernig is Conductor in Chief and Artistic Director for the Art of Sound Orchestra, Preston Symphony Orchestra, Victoria Chorale, the Ballarat Wind Orchestra and the Artistic Director of the highly successful Whitley College Music Festival Series. Career highlights include assistant conductor to Sir Andrew Davis ... More

Richard McIntyre, OAM

Richard McIntyre, OAM, BMus (University of Sydney) has maintained a long and distinguished career as bassoonist, music educator, conductor and arranger. A Composition graduate from Sydney University, he was appointed Associate Principal Bassoon with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra as a 20-year-old in 1968, moving to The ... More

Raymond Yong

Raymond Yong was born in Malaysia, emigrating to Australia at the age of two. He received his initial musical training in Perth, performing regularly in public piano recitals from an early age. It was in High School that he forst took to the podium as a conductor, directing his school orchestra and choir. Raymond went ... More

Mark Shiell

Mark has guest-conducted ensembles including the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, West Australian Symphony, Moscow Symphony Orchestra, State Academic Symphony Orchestra of St. Petersburg, Victorian Opera, Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa, Canberra Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Sinfonia, Melbourne Youth Orchestra, University of ... More