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Alexandra D’Elia

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Examiner 1289
MMus (Perf), BMus (Hons), LMusA, AMusA

Alexandra D’Elia has been a core violinist with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, acting regularly as Associate Leader. She has played frequently with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, where she also acted as Associate Concertmaster. More recently, Ms D’Elia has worked with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. She has toured extensively internationally and has recorded with many ensembles.

As violinist with the contemporary music ensemble The Seymour Group, Ms D’Elia was involved in numerous concerts and collaborations, including as Ensemble in Residence at the University of Tasmania Conservatorium of Music.

Trained in the Colourstrings method, Ms D’Elia has directed string ensembles at both Scots College and Roseville College. She has worked as a chamber music coach at the Conservatorium of Music High School and at Roseville College. Ms D’Elia also works with the Sydney Youth Orchestras, tutoring young musicians in orchestral repertoire and ensemble skills. She has her own private teaching studio.

Ms D’Elia volunteers for the Red Cross and has played concerts for children at Westmead Children’s Hospital. She has donated strings, bows and accessories to an overseas organisation that develops music programs for underprivileged children.