Fiona Fraser

Fiona Fraser (b.1960) initially trained as a social worker, beginning her first formal studies in omposition in 2005 at the Australian National University where she  completed a Bachelor of Music with First Class Honours and the University Medal in 2008.Her compositions include a chamber opera Capital which received a semi-staged production in 2009, as well as 4 orchestral works, choral works, songs, theatre work and numerous chamber and solo instrumental works. Fiona was awarded the ANU’s Harold Allen Memorial Prize for the leading composition student in 2006 and 2007 and in 2008 the Peter and Lena Karmel Anniversary Prize in Music awarded each year to the best graduating student in the School of Music. In November 2009 her choral work, I Cannot Dance, O Love, won the US-based Voices Found anthem competition. Fiona is currently engaged in Phd studies in composition at the Australian National University where she also teaches.

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