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Ingrid Martin - conductor

Ingrid Martin is one of Australia’s brightest young conductors, with a reputation for inspiring performances that move players and audiences alike. A fervent advocate of wind music, she has led national and international tours and given premieres in Australia, China and the United States.

Passionate about introducing music to new audiences and melding different art forms Ingrid has collaborated with galleries, artists, dancers, actors and directors to create immersive artistic experiences. Her projects have seen a painter work live on stage in performance alongside the Monash Concert Band during their Sound of Art concerts, and Shakespearean actors recite soliloquies with the Victorian Youth Symphony Orchestra. In Masquerade the Crosswinds Ensemble performed music of Kurt Weill’s The Threepenny Opera amongst images and paintings of Melbourne’s cabaret scene in the 1930s at the Heide Museum of Modern Art.

Since 2015 she has led sell-out performances of everything from Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue with soloist Leigh Harrold to Dvorak’s Symphony No. 8 as Music Director of the Victorian Youth Symphony Orchestra. She has worked regularly with professional orchestras in Australia and New Zealand as a member of the Symphony Services International Conductor Program, and was chosen to participate in the inaugural Stonnington Symphony Emerging Artist Program in 2014.

Ingrid completed her Master of Music in Conducting at the University of Minnesota under Craig Kirchhoff. As President of the Australian Band and Orchestra Directors' Association in Victoria she oversees state wide professional development activities conductors and teachers. She appears regularly as a workshop clinician, conducting teacher, adjudicator and guest conductor across Australia.

Ingrid Martin has appeared with the Zelman Symphony in the following concerts:

21 May 2017 - Beethoven's First


The above details were supplied by the individual conductor and were current at the time of their last performance with the Zelman Symphony.

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