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Gallery One’s 50th Anniversary Concert

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Journeys with The Montefiore Trio

A very special music concert in celebration of Gallery One’s 50th anniversary!

Just as a painting can take you to different times, seasons, places and moods, music too can whisk you away to another world… so come join the Montefiore Trio as it takes you on a very special journey.

From the music of the ancient to the present, Australian landscape to the ice and folklore of Scandinavia and from the hallowed concert hall to the palm court salons of yesteryear; the intimately familiar to the unknown.

Experience the romance and passion, the joy, the sadness, darkness and delight, the fantastical – that whimsical journey music takes us all on!

The Montefiore Trio are:

Shirin Lim – Violin

Born in Singapore, Shirin migrated to Adelaide with her family. After completing an Honours Degree in Performance at the University of Adelaide, she continued her studies in Germany. While living there for several years, Shirin managed to participate in masterclasses and courses in Europe. On her return to Adelaide, Shirin won the position of Principal 1st Violin in the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. In April 2022 she retired after 32 years in the ASO. Aside from orchestral playing, Shirin enjoys playing in chamber ensembles and teaching.

Claire Oremland – Cello

Originally from NZ, Claire arrived in Adelaide after completing a music degree in Auckland, followed by further studies in London. After 20 years in the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and more study, she moved sideways into Arts Management. This included running the highly successful Elder Hall Lunchtime Concert Series and more recently managing Adelaide Youth Orchestras. Last year she realised how much she loved music and the cello. Dusting off the cobwebs, Claire is now enjoying a journey of rediscovery through playing again and teaching.

Lillian Camphausen- Piano

Born in Malaysia, Lillian spent her early childhood in Singapore and moved to Adelaide in 1969 where she studied piano with Noreen Stokes and Clemens Leske. After living in Germany, Brisbane and Sydney for 40 years, Lillian is very happy to be back in Adelaide, and enjoys accompanying and playing chamber music.


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