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Examiner 128
BA(Mus)

Vicki Crozier was inspired to pursue a career in music by her early teachers, including John Elliot (piano) and John Freeland (flute). She attended the Sydney Conservatorium, studying flute and baroque performance techniques with Nick Negerevitch and Howard Oberg. Her bachelor’s degree in flute performance was earned at the Canberra School of Music, where she was taught by Margaret Crawford and David Cubbin.

Ms Crozier studied in London with Peter Lloyd, who was then Principal Flute with the London Symphony Orchestra. At the Ramsgate Flute Summer School, she attended masterclasses given by William Bennett, Trevor Wye and James Galway.

After returning to Australia, Ms Crozier was an artist in residence in Hamilton, Victoria and a member of the ABC Sinfonia. She was also Principal Flute with the Bolshoi Ballet Orchestra and the Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra.

An experienced teacher, Ms Crozier has taught at the Goulburn College of Advanced Education, Kent Music School, Frensham School, Meriden School and Chevalier College. She also teaches flute to tertiary students at the University of New South Wales.

Ms Crozier has been an AMEB examiner for more than 25 years.