Tor Frømyhr

Tor Frømyhr, former Senior Lecturer in Performance (Strings) at the ANU School of Music has toured extensively nationally and internationally over many years with chamber ensembles including Rialannah String Quartet, Australian Contemporary Music Ensemble, Queensland Piano Trio, Ensemble I, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Melbourne Chamber Orchestra and Alpha Centauri Ensemble. He has performed as soloist, conductor and concertmaster with a number of Australian orchestras and in festivals throughout Australia, Scandinavia, USA, Germany, France, UK and Italy. Performances have included many world and Australian premieres including works of Larry Sitsky, Peter Sculthorpe, Henryk Górecki, Leanne Bear, Andrew Ford, Pēteris Vasks, Michael Smetanin, Colin Brumby, Richard Mills, Steve Reich and many others. Important orchestral positions include Associate Concertmaster of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Principal Viola of the Queensland Philharmonic and Canberra Symphony and 12 years as Concertmaster of the Canberra Symphony. As one of Australia’s leading pedagogues, his extensive teaching experience has included Faculty of Saarburg International Summer School in Germany, the Tasmanian Conservatorium, Melbourne University, University of Queensland and the Queensland Conservatorium.

 

Dance

Dance Troupes

Speech and Drama

Classical Vocals

Contemporary Vocals (Choirs, Pop and Musical Theatre)

Piano

String Instruments and Instrumental Ensembles

Wind Instruments