The Annual

 Glebe Music Festival

In conjunction with The Glebe Society Inc

Musicians who participated in the Glebe Music Festival 1993

Jane Bolinowsky
Jane Bolinowsky is a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts. She continued her studies in Europe, firstly in Sienna at the Music Summer School under Severino Gazzelloni and then in London with William Bennett. Upon returning to Australia, she was appointed Tutor in Flute at the Darling Downs Institute of Advanced Education and Principal Flute of the Darling Downs Sinfonia. She is currently teaching at Pyrnble Ladies College and performing regularly as a soloist and chamber musician.

Amy Johansen
Amy Johansen received the Bachelor of Music degree and Performer's Certificate from the University of Florida and the Masters degree in Organ Performance from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Further stud) was undertaken in London, with Thomas Trotter, and in Paris, with Naji Hakim. She holds Associateship Diplomas of both the American Guild of Organists and the Royal College of Organists. An active recitalist, Ms. Johansen has performed in America, .Australia and Europe, and her performances have been broadcast by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the British Broadcasting Corporation and American Public Radio. She has recorded two compact discs, "The Embrace of Fire" (Pro Organo label), and "Once in Royal David's City" (with the Newington College Chapel Choir. Ms. Johansen teaches organ at Newington College and the Sydney Conservatorium.

Tess Remy-Schumacher

Tess Remy-Schumacher, born in Germany, is currently faculty member at James Cook University. Townsville for Celio, Chamber Music and Chamber Orchestra. She received her Master of Music at the University of Southern California. Los Angeles in 1989 after studying with Piatigorsky Professor Lynn Harrell. and her "Kuenstlerische Reifepruefung" at the Pergamenschikow and the "Amadeus Quartet". A one year study period Musikhochschule Koein in 1987. after studying with Boris in London with Jacqueline du Pre and William Pleeth completed the professional education. Amongst her prizes are the 1st prize at the international Carlo- Zecchi-Competition in Rome. The Fulbright scholarship and the USC-Award of academic excellence. Her recitals and recordings include recitals, radio and television recordings in Europe, the United States. Korea and Thailand. Tess has been principal cellist of the "Rheinisches Kammerorchester Köln" (artistic director Jan Corazolla) and the "Detmolder Kammerorchester" (artistic director Christoph Poppen).

Jean-Bernard Marie

Jean-Bernard Marie was born in Vacoas. Mauritius. He was a student at the Conservatorium High School (Sydney) before furthering studies in France and England. In Paris he worked with Venstislav Yankoff. Vlado Parlemutter. Olivier Messiaen and Charles Rosen. and was awarded the "Premier Prix" in chamber music (1988) and piano( (1989) at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique de Paris. Subsequently, he left for England, working with Geoffrey Parsons and Yonty Solomon. Jean-Bernard has performed extensively for Radio France. BBC Radio. French-Television and Bavarian Radio. He was chosen to perform in the Park Lane Group-20th century series at London's Purcell Room and also for the Ensemble intercontemporain in Paris. Premiers include works by Robert Sherlaw Johnson. Jan Novak. Edmund Campion. Kaikoshru Sorabji. Carlos Roquez Alsina and George Lewtz. Jean-Bernard has recently returned from a tour to Vienna (the Bienniale). Paris and London.

Leonie Hempton

Leonie Hempton has had a great deal of experience in many areas of music and music education. Having taught in secondary schools and at Nida, Leonie has also worked as a vocal coach for the State Opera and State Theatre Companies of South Australia. She has been conductor of the Sutherland Shire Choral Society, Sydney University Graduates Choir, St Paul's College Chapel Choir at Sydney University and recently director of the very talented young vocal ensemble, St Mary Star of the Sea College, Wollongong. Leonie currently teaches at Kincoppal School, Rose Bay and conducts Con Voce, the female choir based at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.


Innominata was formed in late 1991 by several members of Sydney's larger choirs who were interested in exploring the a cappella repertoire. The Group has given concerts at Margaretta Cottage, Glebe; St Johns College, University of Sydney; St Scholastica's College Chapel, Glebe; The Garrison Church at the ROCKS and with the Armenius Ensemble. Innominata performs frequently at services in churches around Sydney and at St Andrews College within the University of Sydney.


Figaro's was formed in 1993and has performed successfully at the Harbourside Brasserie and at an a cappella concert at the Glebe Uniting Churcn, as well as entertaining guests at the Aids week promotion at JBFs in Darlinghurst. Figaro 's also performed as pan of Counter-Aid in the Put Street Mall.


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