Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 – 1767): Fantasie No. 7 in D major TWV 40:8
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791): Rondo in D Major
Carl Reinecke (1824 – 1910): Sonata Op. 167 ‘Undine’
Jessica Lee – Flutes
After completing postgraduate studies in the UK, Jessica returned to Australia to pursue a varied performing and teaching career. She has since worked with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Opera Australia Orchestra, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, and the Macao Orchestra. Her interest in historical flutes has led Jessica to perform with the London Handel Orchestra, Bach Akademie Australia, Australian Haydn Ensemble, and the Bach Band at St James. Jessica Lee holds both a Master of Music degree and Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Performance from the Royal College of Music (London) as well as a Bachelor of Music (Honours 1) from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. She was recently appointed Academic Lecturer of Flute at the Australian Institute of Music.
Brieley Cutting – Piano
Australian pianist Brieley Cutting has had her playing described as having “myriad of colours” and noted for its “technical expertise”. With a particular focus on collaborative work, Brieley regularly performs with leading Australian instrumentalists and ensembles. Previous collaborations have been with Ensemble Trivium, Radu Cello Ensemble, Australia Piano Quartet, Fragments Ensemble, Collusion Music and Topology. Brieley has been successful in major piano competitions, including being winner of ABC’s ‘Young Performer of the Year’ Award in the Keyboard section and receiving second placing in the Kerikeri National Piano Competition (New Zealand). She has also been recipient of prestigious scholarships to support research, including an Australian Postgraduate Award and a Churchill Fellowship. As a concerto soloist, Brieley has performed with orchestras including the Melbourne, Adelaide, and Queensland Symphony Orchestras. As a curator of music and arts events, Brieley’s critically acclaimed DeClassified Music won a Creative Sparks Award from the Brisbane City Council, support from Arts Queensland and the Australia Council of the Arts, and had events featured in several Queensland Music Festivals. Brieley studied at the Australian National Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music (London), and she received her Doctorate of Musical Arts from Griffith University.