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Where are they now?
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Liam Oborne - violin 2009 

I moved to Auckland at the start of 2020 after winning a job with the Auckland Philharmonia (APO). I worked there as a tutti second violin (also acting tutti first violin) for three years until the end of 2022, whereupon I moved to Adelaide to work with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (ASO) after winning a tutti violin job here. I still pop back to Victoria to visit from time to time when I get the opportunity.

(photo courtesy Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Claudio Raschella)
Magdalena Krstevska - clarinet 2019

I'm based in London and have been enjoying some great success with my trio (clarinet, cello, piano) - the Delphine Trio. In February this year we released our debut album with the Dutch label TRPTK and have been performing concerts across the UK and have regular tours around the Netherlands playing music from the album and much more. You can hear the album 'Adrift' HERE. It's received some great reviews so far.

Exciting concerts coming up include Buxton Festival (Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time with our brilliant violinist colleague Maja Horvat), Amsterdam Grachtenfestival, British Festival Holland in the Hague and more. I have also been playing as an extra with the English National Opera and have started performing concerts through my intiative the Corelia Project, which spotlights music by women composers from around the world. In fact, this is a great resource to share for anybody interested in learning about new composers or finding repertoire by women. On our website we have created a repertoire database that features over 1,200 works!

In addition to all of my playing work I've also been working hard with education and outreach activities here in London. I currently work with over 300 primary school children a week! Leading whole classes in singing, rhythms, recorders, ukeleles, reading/writing music and much more. I am loving my incredibly varied and exciting career at the moment!
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