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Introduced the French School of Flute Playing to Australia in the 1970s

Many former students with distinguished careers as performers and teachers

internationally and throughout Australia

Professor of Flute and Head Department of Woodwind, University of

Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Principal Solo Flute, Australian Chamber Orchestra 

Principal Solo Flute, Orchestra of the Australian Opera

Principal Piccolo, Queensland Symphony Orchestra

Invited to position of Principal Solo Flute, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra

Principal Solo Flute, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra

Concerto Soloist, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, ACO and QSO

Lecturer, Elder Conservatorium, University of Adelaide

Lecturer, Australian Institute of Music, Sydney

Sound Systems Consultant, Audio Excellence Pty. Ltd., Sydney

Sydney Wind Quintet

Executive Officer, Conservatorium Mid-North Coast

Professor and Artist in Residence, University of Nagoya, Japan

Conductor and Soloist, Radio Broadcast Orchestra, Shanghai China

Visiting Professor, Conservatory of Music, Shanghai, China

National and International Touring: Musica Viva Australia, Australian Broadcasting

Corporation and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs 

Michael Scott is a leading exponent of the French Style of Flute playing, having studied with Jean-Pierre Rampal and Gaston Crunelle at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique, Paris. Crunelle was a pupil of Phillipe Gaubert. He in turn was a pupil of Paul Taffanel, both of whom were founders of the French School of Flute playing. 

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