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Alicia Crossley

Alicia Crossley
Recorder player Alicia Crossley recently completed her Masters of Music (Performance) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music under the instruction of recorder virtuoso Hans-Dieter Michatz, researching the development of solo bass recorder repertoire in the twentieth century. In 2007 Alicia completed her Bachelor of Music (Performance) with first class honours.
An experienced recorder player, Alicia has won several competitions including the Under 18 years division of the Australian Moeck Recorder Competition (2005), the Sydney Conservatorium of Music Early Music Concerto Competition (2007) and the Don Cowell Memorial Trust Recorder Competition (2011).  Alicia is a passionate supporter of contemporary Australian recorder repertoire and has premiered a number of works by Stephen Yates, Elias Constantopedos and Hayden Woolf. She has also performed with notable artists such as Neal Peres da Costa (Harpsichord), Daniel Yeadon (cello/viola da gamba), Jamie Hey (cello), Hans-Dieter Michatz (recorder), Ruth Wilkinson (recorder) and Kamala Bain (recorder) in addition to ensembles including ThoroughBass, The Sydney Conservatorium Early Music Ensemble, Coro Innominata and Concertato.

In August 2011, Alicia released her debut solo cd Addicted to Bass featuring 7 newly commissioned Australian works for bass recorder.

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