Graeme Gilling

Born in Christchurch, New Zealand, Graeme studied the piano with Iola Shelley - one of New Zealand's foremost pianists - and composition at the University of Canterbury, completing a Bachelor of Music with Honours in Composition. In 1983, he came to Western Australia to pursue postgraduate studies in piano accompaniment with Roger Smalley at the University of Western Australia.
After completing his Masters Degree in 1985, Graeme free-lanced as a recitalist and teacher, working with many distinguished international artists such as Gerald English, Raphael Wallfisch, Bonita Boyd, Michel Debost, Jane Rutter and Gordon Hunt as well as with students of all ages.

In 1995, Graeme was appointed to the staff of the School of Music at the University of Western Australia as Accompanist, and became Coordinator of Keyboard Studies at the beginning of 1998 - performing, teaching and adjudicating regularly in conjunction with his activities as a performer.

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