Lorraine Hook has been a member of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s First Violin Section since 1986.
She studied at the Victorian College of the Arts with Nathan Gutman and at the Royal Academy of Music, London with Emanuel Hurwitz. She has worked with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, City of London Sinfonia and London Festival Orchestra. Lorraine enjoys a varied musical life performing chamber music, tutoring youth orchestras and teaching.
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A series of catchy short pieces composed for clarinet and string quartet, and piano by Julian Yu. Often playful, these pieces are based on oddly familiar classical themes. Chinese folksongs, Dvorak and Mozart are also featured. The track titles will give you some idea of what to expect.