High row, from left, Vivienne Tran, Milan Kolundzija and Mia Hughes. Backside row,  Jackson Boyd and Enola Jefferis. Photograph: Martin Ollman.

CANBERRA Symphony Orchestra has introduced its inaugural Kingsland Fellows, 5 younger artists who will obtain specialised skilled growth all through 2023.

The brand new fellows are violinist Mia Hughes, inaugural concertmaster of the Australian Nationwide College’s Orchestra, Enola Jefferis, a cellist from regional Victoria who took half within the ANU’s Girls in Music program, clarinettist Milan Kolundzija, enterprise an Honours 12 months with clarinettist Jason Noble, trumpeter Jackson Boyd, who performs repeatedly on the Australian Battle Memorial and pianist Vivienne Tran, who carried out at Parliament Home for the centenary program, “The Musical Providing.”

The Kingsland Fellowship builds on final 12 months’s Kingsland Collective for tertiary gamers and encompasses solo, chamber and orchestral enjoying, audition preparation, and profession growth, creating pathways to skilled efficiency and different arts trade alternatives.

Fellows may have a spread of alternatives to hone their efficiency abilities and work with inventive director Jessica Cottis, live performance grasp Kirsten Williams and CSO visitor artists.

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Ian Meikle, editor