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Background Information

Employment History

Founding Member

Southern Cross Soloists Company


Lecturer In Bassoon

Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University


Bonyi Photo Gallery


Beijing


Affiliations

Movellan Wind Quintet

Member


The Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra

Member


Principal Bassoon

Member


Education

Bachelor of Music


Web References(18 Total References)


Leesa Dean at tutti world youth music beijing

www.tuttibeijing.com [cached]

Leesa Dean
Leesa Dean Leesa Dean Lecturer in bassoon at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University Former Lecturer in bassoon at the University of Queensland Member of Southern Cross Soloists Leesa Dean studied at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Distinction) in 1987. While at the Conservatorium, Leesa was the recipient of numerous awards including the Yamaha Wind Prize (1986), the Dulcie Robertson Bassoon Prize (1985, 1986, and 1987) and the Carl Nielsen Bursary (Bundaberg). As a member of the Movellan Wind Quintet, Leesa participated in their highly successful tour of the United States where the Quintet won First Prize in the Coleman Chamber Ensemble Competition in Los Angeles - the first non-American group to do so. Leesa was a member of the Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra from 1988 until 1990, and Principal Bassoon with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra from 1990 to 2000. She appeared as soloist with the orchestra on several occasions. She broadcast for the ABC in works for bassoon, both with orchestra and piano, by Gubaidulina, Panufnik and Haydn among others. In 2001 Leesa was Guest Principal Bassoon with the China National Symphony, Beijing so she is no stranger to China. In 2002 she was soloist with the Armenian String Virtuosi. She has appeared regularly at the Brisbane, Queensland Biennial and Bangalow Music Festivals and was on the faculty of the Bonyi International Youth Music Festival. Leesa is a founding member of the Southern Cross Soloists-one of Australia's most respected and successful chamber ensembles. Leesa previously has been the lecturer in bassoon at the University of Queensland and currently is lecturer in bassoon at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University.


SunWater & Stanwell Winter Music School 2009

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Leesa Dean - Bassoon
Leesa Dean studied at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Distinction) in 1987. While at the Conservatorium, Leesa was the recipient of numerous awards including the Yamaha Wind Prize (1986), the Dulcie Robertson Bassoon Prize (1985, 1986, and 1987) and the Carl Nielsen Bursary (Bundaberg). As a member of the Movellan Wind Quintet, Leesa participated in their highly successful tour of the United States where the Quintet won First Prize in the Coleman Chamber Ensemble Competition in Los Angeles - the first non-American group to do so. Leesa was a member of the Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra from 1988 until 1990, and Principal Bassoon with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra from 1990 to 2000. She appeared as soloist with the orchestra on several occasions. She has broadcast for the ABC in works for bassoon, both with orchestra and piano, by Gubaidulina, Panufnik and Haydn among others. In 2001 Leesa was Guest Principal Bassoon with the China National Symphony, Beijing. In 2002 she was soloist with the Armenian String Virtuosi. She has appeared regularly at the Brisbane, Queensland Biennial and Bangalow Music Festivals. Leesa is a founding member of Southern Cross Soloists and currently a Lecturer in bassoon at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.


Bonyi Faculty

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Leesa Dean studied at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Distinction) in 1987.As a member of the Movellan Wind Quintet, Leesa participated in their highly successful tour of the United States where the Quintet won First Prize in the Coleman Chamber Ensemble Competition in Los Angeles - the first non-American group to do so.Leesa was Principal Bassoon with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra from 1990 to 2000.In 2001 Leesa was Guest Principal Bassoon with the China National Symphony, Beijing.In 2002 she was soloist with the Armenian String Virtuosi.Leesa is currently a Lecturer in bassoon at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University


tutti faculty

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Leesa Dean
Leesa Dean


Southern Cross Soloists - Faculty

www.southernxsoloists.com [cached]

Leesa Dean studied at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Distinction) in 1987.While at the Conservatorium, Leesa was the recipient of numerous awards including the Yamaha Wind Prize (1986), the Dulcie Robertson Bassoon Prize (1985, 1986, and 1987) and the Carl Nielsen Bursary (Bundaberg). As a member of the Movellan Wind Quintet, Leesa participated in their highly successful tour of the United States where the Quintet won First Prize in the Coleman Chamber Ensemble Competition in Los Angeles - the first non-American group to do so. Leesa was a member of the Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra from 1988 until 1990, and Principal Bassoon with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra from 1990 to 2000.She appeared as soloist with the orchestra on several occasions. She broadcast for the ABC in works for bassoon, both with orchestra and piano, by Gubaidulina, Panufnik and Haydn among others. In 2001 Leesa was Guest Principal Bassoon with the China National Symphony, Beijing.In 2002 she was soloist with the Armenian String Virtuosi. She has appeared regularly at the Brisbane, Queensland Biennial and Bangalow Music Festivals. Leesa is a founding member of Southern Cross Soloists and currently a Lecturer in bassoon at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.


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