Photo by Jacquie Manning

Nick Russoniello is a highly accomplished and dynamic saxophonist, composer, ensemble leader and educator. A graduate of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and the Conservatorio di Musica “Giuseppe Verdi” di Milano, Nick has appeared as a soloist or guest musician with many of Australia’s premier arts organisations including the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the Australian World Orchestra, the Australian Opera & Ballet Orchestra, Ensemble Offspring, Omega Ensemble, Metropolitan Orchestra and the Acacia Quartet. He has been the recipient of major awards including the ABC Symphony Australian Young Performer of the Year Award, Fine Music Kruger Scholarship and a finalist for the Australian Freedman Fellowship.

Nick’s own projects and ensembles (Duo HistoireGolden Age Project and his One Man Band live looping show) are nationally acclaimed, with appearances for the Sydney Festival, Musica Viva Australia, ABC Classic FM, Fine Music FM, City Recital Hall, The Australian Romantic & Classical Orchestras and Australian Digital Concert Hall, the Royal College of Music (London), Conservatorio di Milano (Italy) and the Strasbourg Cité De La Musique (France). In addition to his performances, Nick’s original compositions for saxophone are regularly performed by international artists and are featured with the Australian Music Centre.

Nick has recently completed a doctoral program at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music where he additionally tutors Compositions for the Creative Industries.

Nick is a Yamaha Australia Artist, D’addario Woodwind artist and an associate artist of The Australian Music Centre. In 2022 Nick will release his new album The Golden Age Project on the Da Vinci Classics record label.

We are thrilled to have nick as a guest this weekend for our Open Day.
Drop in any time between 10am and 3pm on Saturday April 15th.
76 Chandos St, St Leonards.
For more details – or call us, 9439 4777.