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Jack Schiller - bassoon

Born in Adelaide, Jack Schiller began playing the bassoon at the age of 12. From 2008 Jack spent four years under the tutelage of Mark Gaydon (Adelaide Symphony Orchestra), including two years of study at the Elder Conservatorium of Music. In 2012 he took up a scholarship position at the Australian National Academy of Music, studying with Elise Millman (Melbourne Symphony Orchestra). During his time at the academy Jack won the ANAM Concerto Competition, performing the Mozart Bassoon Concerto with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. He also won the in-house chamber music competition and was awarded the Director’s Prize for outstanding achievement by a leaving student.

After completing his studies at ANAM, Jack took up a contract with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra as Associate Principal Bassoon and a position in the orchestra’s Fellowship program.

Since 2013, Jack has been Principal Bassoon of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. He regularly collaborates with colleagues and friends throughout Melbourne to play chamber music and has also performed at Musica Viva’s Huntington Estate Music Festival. As soloist, Jack has performed with the MSO as well as the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra Victoria.

Jack Schiller has appeared with the Zelman Symphony in the following concerts:

21 May 2017 - Beethoven's First


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

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