ROSALIND CARLSON OAM
Rosalind was born at Wahroonga in Sydney N.S.W. on 13th March, 1937. In 1955 she was awarded a Department of Education four year scholarship to study music at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and Sydney Teachers' College. Here her pedagogy studies included piano, vocal training, music composition, musicology and education.
During her 28 years as a music educator Rosalind stimulated a love for singing in her music making activities conducting massed choirs of over 1,000 voices with orchestra, to highly specialised a cappella vocal ensemble work.
Rosalind had the honour of being invited to be a Choral Review writer for the American Choral Directors Association's The Choral Journal, reviewing newly published women's choral repertoire.
In 1959 Rosalind was appointed as a music specialist to the Secondary teaching staff of the NSW Department of Education. During her 28 years as a music educator Rosalind became a demonstration teacher to young trainee teachers. Over that period of time she was promoted from a music mistress to relieving ...
This Sydney born Australian composer's musical works reveal a natural absorption of the Australian environment that surrounds her in a country of vast contrasts.
The Australian International Conservatorium of Music conferred a special honour on Rosalind Carlson.
This was when they named their new Performing Art Centre the Rosalind Carlson Performing Art Centre on 12th April 2006, at the Harris Park Campus, Sydney.
A list of suitable H.S.C. Works for studies in Composition, Musicology and Performance, composed by Rosalind Carlson.
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