Justin Williams

In 2005, Justin completed his Master of Music Performance degree at the University of Melbourne, studying the viola with Caroline Henbest. Since then, he has been based at the Australian National Academy of Music as a member of the TinAlley String Quartet where they maintain the position of 'Visiting Young Artists'. As
a member of the quartet, Justin has attended several festivals, including the St Lawrence Chamber Music Seminar, Stanford University, CA, USA, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Yale Summer School of Music, CT, USA, International Musicians Seminar, Prussia Cove, UK, and the Emerging String Quartets and Composers Program, Deer Valley, USA.

In 2005, Justin completed his Master of Music Performance degree at the University of Melbourne, studying the viola with Caroline Henbest. Since then, he has been based at the Australian National Academy of Music as a member of the TinAlley String Quartet where they maintain the position of 'Visiting Young Artists'. As a member of the quartet, Justin has attended several festivals, including the St Lawrence Chamber Music Seminar, Stanford University, CA, USA, Norfolk Chamber
Music Festival, Yale Summer School of Music, CT, USA, International Musicians Seminar, Prussia Cove, UK, and the Emerging String Quartets and Composers Program, Deer Valley, USA. Justin has won several prizes, including the Donald Hazelwood Award, Bertha Jorgensen Exhibition Award, and as a member of TASQ, First Prize in the
University of Melbourne Chamber Music Competition, and the Grand Prize, Musica Viva's Tony Berg Award in the 2005 Australian Chamber Music Competition.
Justin continues to perform as violist of the TinAlley String Quartet, and has also given solo performances for the Melbourne Symphony Friends Society, Ormond College, Melbourne University Master of Music Recital Series, Paul Neubauer, and with artists
such as the Muir String Quartet, Keith Lockart and Syoko Aki. Justin also performs with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra, and has performed with the Academy of Melbourne, Geminiani and the Melbourne University Chamber Orchestra.

Justin Williams appears on

Sonatas for Oboe and Violin

Performer

The two sonatas on this disc started life as traditional sonatas with piano accompaniment. The Oboe Sonata was written for a teaching colleague, Caroline O'Donnell and is a first effort in writing a sonata.