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Louisa Trewartha

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Louisa Trewartha

Biography

Louisa Trewartha (pronounced "true-author") is an Australian trumpet player, composer, conductor, educator, and adjudicator.

Louisa completed a Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Melbourne in 2010. During this time she received the Orloff Family Charitable Trust Scholarship and the Florence Bradford Scholarship. In 2013 Louisa completed a year at the Australian National Academy of Music, mentored by David Elton and Tristram Williams. Louisa performs as a casual musician with Orchestra Victoria, Melbourne Chamber Orchestra, and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

Louisa returned to Melbourne in mid-2016, having completed a master's in scoring for film and visual media at Pulse College in Dublin, Ireland. In order to pursue this study Louisa was supported by the Mason Family Trust bursary, Garry Schyman Scholarship- Pulse College, and the Ian Potter Cultural Trust.

Although she most regularly performs on C and B-flat trumpets, Louisa enjoys the opportunity to play flugelhorn, baroque, and piccolo trumpet. She is also a private trumpet teacher, and brass educator in Melbourne and around Victoria.


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Resources

Louisa Trewartha website