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The Australian-born violinist Elizabeth Sellars made her concerto début at the age of thirteen. She studied with David Takeno at the Guildhall School of Music and has been a multiple prize-winner in competitions including the 9th Concorso Musicale Internazionale “Riviera del Conero” in Italy and the Royal Overseas League in London. She has performed in festivals throughout Australia, South East Asia and Europe including the Berlin and Melbourne Festivals and has appeared at the Wigmore Hall, and at London’s Southbank as group soloist with the Philharmonia.

She broadcasts regularly on Australian national radio and recorded previously with Len Vorster for Naxos on the critcially acclaimed De Falla (8.554498) and Stravinsky (8.554367) CDs. She recorded the Berkeley CD on a Eugenio Degani instrument made in 1876.

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