Typically when people think of classical music, they envision composers like Mozart, Schumann, and Mendelssohn. But far too often, their female counterparts are overlooked.
Our next guest is an Australian composer of classical music. And from the age of five, she studied piano and music theory under her parent’s tutelage and at eight began learning the cello which coincided with her first experimentations in composition.
Dr Melody Eötvös, Senior Lecturer in Composition, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, University of Melbourne share with us, her personal journey in the tough global industry of classical music.
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