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BMus, AMusA

Brett Mullins studied violin at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with Laszlo Kiss and Alex Todicescu. He undertook further studies in musicology and research with Peter McCallum and Richard Toop and in conducting with Henryk Pisarek.

For more than 20 years, Mr Mullins has been a lecturer and tutor in the Musicology Department at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. His teaching areas include aural perception, music history, and harmony and analysis. Mr Mullins also runs a private studio in Thornleigh and teaches musicianship at Barker College. He is a written assessor for AMEB at both the state and federal levels.

In his role at the Sydney Conservatorium, Mr Mullins is often involved in curriculum development for tertiary music courses. He has also been consulted and commissioned for advice and content for the Theory, Musicianship and Music Craft Syllabuses for AMEB, including a review and implementation of the new online examination system.

Mr Mullins established the Maestro String Ensemble, a community string ensemble for students of all ages. He also conducted and arranged music for the ensemble, which performed at local community events and eisteddfods.