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Secrets from Down Under - The Best Australian Band Repertoire You've Never Heard

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  • If you were asked to name five Australian composers who have written great music for winds you'd probably start with Percy Grainger, and then...? This clinic will explore the rich catalogue of Australian wind music suitable for middle, high school and college bands. Meet composers and hear excerpts of new and unfamiliar works performed by one of Australia's best high school bands. You will walk away with a 'swag' full of new repertoire and programming ideas to bring back to your ensembles.
  • Ingrid Martin (
  • 12/17/2014 04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
  • Meeting Room W183
  • Ingrid Martin has developed a reputation for performances that move ensembles and audiences alike. A devoted lover of wind music, she has conducted bands in the US, Australia, Asia and Europe. A passionate advocate of Australian wind music, Ingrid gave national and world premieres of Australian works during her tenure as Music Director of the acclaimed Eltham High School Symphonic Band. Leading the University of Minnesota’s North Star Campus Band from 2012-2014 she used each concert to showcase exciting, unfamiliar Australian compositions. As Music Director of the Frankston Symphony Orchestra (2008-2012) Ingrid presented frequent concerts involving soloists and large chorus, conducting everything from Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue to Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem. Ingrid holds degrees from the University of Minnesota (MM - Wind Conducting), the University of Melbourne (Grad. Dip. Mus. - Conducting) and degrees in medicine and education from Monash University (MBBS; Grad. Dip. Ed).