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  Mardi McSullea flute


Flautist, Mardi McSullea began her music studies at the New South Wales Conservatorium of Music in Sydney, and later received her Masters of Music Degree in the United States, having studied with eminent American flautist, Thomas Nyfenger at Queens College, City University of New York. She has worked casually with many Australian orchestras and as guest soloist with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. In the United States she performed with the New York Pops Orchestra, the Brandenberg Ensemble, for the Metropolitan Opera’s summer seasons, and the New School Chamber Orchestra. She became active in contemporary Music through involvement with the New Jersey Percussion Ensemble and in collaboration with composer colleagues.

Mardi McSullea is currently Head of Woodwind in the Faculty of Music, University of Melbourne. She is an enthusiastic supporter of chamber music and is frequently involved in performances with the Astra Chamber Music Society, Chambermade Opera, and the State Orchestra of Victoria, and new music performances in Festivals across Australia and abroad. She is currently Artistic Director of an innovative series of concerts in the Potter Museum in Melbourne.


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