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A message from returning artists the Thornbill Quartet from WA

The Thornbill Quartet from Western Australia had a great time recording their entry for the AMEB Online Orchestra in 2018. They are joining the orchestra again in 2019 and are inviting you too.

 

https://youtu.be/uxohXNSuWZw

 

Here’s their 2018 Online Orchestra entry.

 

Thank you so much to the Thornbill Quartet from Yokine in WA for this amazing string quartet entry. Don’t they sound brilliant!If you'd like to be a part of our Online Orchestra click the link below to find out how. bit.ly/AMEBOnlineOrchestraSubmissions close on Wednesday, July 18.

Posted by AMEB on Wednesday, June 6, 2018

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