Australia is missing out on a musical revolution that has been building in several countries for the past fifteen years. Traditionally, oboe and bassoon are introduced at High School. However, in Europe, smaller, simpler instruments have been transforming the landscape
Celia Craig is the Principal Oboe of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Past President of the Australian Double Reed Society and Lecturer in Oboe at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide. She often performs as guest artist in other major Australian symphony orchestras. Before moving to Australia with her family in 2006 she was Principal Cor Anglais of the BBC Symphony Orchestra and performed regularly as guest principal with most UK symphony orchestras.
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