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MICHAEL
AUSTIN

PRINCIPAL, COR ANGLAIS

Michael Austin

Prior to joining the NZSO in 2006, Michael played both Cor Anglais and Principal Oboe with numerous major ensembles along the eastern seaboard of the United States, including the Florida Orchestra, the Florida West Coast Symphony, and the New World Symphony, among many others. He has also performed regularly as a chamber musician in New York City and the New England area. Michael is the co-founder and artistic director of the critically acclaimed Sky Meadow Chamber Players based in Vermont.


He graduated from the Juilliard School as a Lambert Prize recipient, having studied with John Ferrillo and Thomas Stacy. Other major teachers include Robert Atherholt, Elizabeth Camus, and John Mack. Before attending Juilliard, he was a National Merit Scholar pursuing medicine at Rice University in Houston, Texas.

When not making reeds, Michael enjoys soccer, basketball, tramping, and sculptural ceramics.

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