The Annual
Sunday 24th November at 3pm

 Glebe Music Festival

In conjunction with The Glebe Society Inc

Amabile Trio Biography

Jocelyn Fazzone (flute)
Jocelyn has a multi-faceted musical profile. She is a Sydney-based flautist, pianist, educator and examiner. Jocelyn teaches flute at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, the Australian International Conservatorium and the Wesley Institute. She is also Woodwind Advisor and Senior Examiner with the AMEB NSW, and a member of the Windfall Sextet. Jocelyn has worked as orchestral flautist with a number of major orchestras including the SSO, AOBO, QSO and the TSO, and is current Vice-President of the NSW Flute Society.

Elisabeth Mitchelmore (violin)
Elisabeth studied violin in Germany and undertook postgraduate studies in Switzerland and Australia. She was a member of the Munich Chamber Orchestra, has made numerous recordings and broadcasts for the Bavarian Radio, the ABC and Fine Music 102.5, and has participated in world-famous music festivals such as the Salzburg Mozart Festival. Elisabeth has played with the SSO, the ACO and the AOBO, and was a founder and leader of the Amabile Players. Elisabeth teaches at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, is an AMEB diploma examiner, has given workshops for AMEB and AUSTA, and regularly tutors for the Amateur Chamber Music Society.

Rachel Valler OAM (piano)
Rachel Valler is one of Australia’s most distinguished pianists, having performed as a soloist with most of Australia’s symphony orchestras as well as in numerous chambers ensembles. She has been an associate artist and toured with international and local musicians. She has also performed for the Sydney Mozart Society and major music clubs throughout the state. Rachel toured South East Asia, the UK and Europe for Musica Viva and the Department of Trade and Foreign Affairs. She tutored for many years at the Robertson String Development camp and for the Amateur Chamber Music Society (ACMS), of which she is a patron. For her services to music, particularly as a pianist, she has been awarded the OAM.

The Amabile Trio

Elizabeth, Jocelyn and Rachel first met when they tutored for the ACMS. Enjoying their association both musically and personally, they formed “Amabile”, a trio for flute, violin and piano. Their repertoire extends from the Baroque to the 21st century.



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