Julie Haskell has performed extensively in recitals, radio broadcasts, as a concerto soloist, orchestral pianist and chamber musician in Europe and Australia.
Julie Haskell was State winner of the ABC Instrumental and Vocal Competition at fifteen. Her teachers have included Jean McQuarie and Diana Weekes in Melbourne, and Theo Bruins and Jacques de Tiege in Holland. She has performed extensively in recitals, radio broadcasts, as a concerto soloist, orchestral pianist and chamber musician in Europe and Australia.
Julie currently teaches piano and works as an accompanist at the University of Melbourne.
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Ian King returns to the studio once more to enthrall us with the golden sounds of his tuba. Featuring works by Falla, Corelli, Rimsky-Korsakov, Debussy, Ravel, Gershwin and much more!
Winner of the 1998 ABC Classic FM "Listeners' Choice" Award, this double CD set brings together chamber music by Brenton Broadstock, one of Australia's most well- established and respected composers.