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Rochelle Ughetti - violin

Rochelle Ughetti graduated with an honours degree from the Victorian College of the Arts studying with William Hennessy and Miwako Abe and continued her studies as a scholarship holder with Professor Maurice Hasson at the Royal Academy of Music, London. Graduating with distinction and qualifications including Postgraduate Diploma, Diploma and Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, she was awarded the outstanding final recital.

Rochelle has performed as soloist with several ensembles, including the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra, Ragadolls Salon Orchestra and Speak Percussion. She has worked with the London Chamber Players, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Victoria and the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra. She also participated in the program "Encuentro De Musica y Academia De Santander" in Spain in 2004.

Rochelle is a passionate chamber musician and has been a member of the piano trio Trio Anima Mundi since 2009. With Trio Anima Mundi, she has performed many rare masterworks for the genre and released two CD recordings to international acclaim.

Rochelle has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Harold Craxton Chamber Music Prize and the Marjorie Hayward Prize at the Royal Academy of Music, the Victorian College of the Arts Mensa Award, CD Hume violin scholarship, Classical Concerto Competition prize and Performance Related Studies Award. She was also the winner of the String section of the Hepzhibah Menuhin award.

Rochelle also works as an Audiologist at The University of Melbourne and is the mother of two young children. Rochelle plays on a 17th century violin by Giofreddo Cappa.

The above details were supplied by the individual performer and were current at the time of their last performance with the Zelman Symphony.

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