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Adele Anthony, violin, has enjoyed an acclaimed and expanding international career that begin with her triumph at Denmark’s 1996 Carl Nielsen International Violin Competition. Performing as a soloist with orchestras and in recital, as well as being active in chamber music, Ms. Anthony’s career spans the continents of North America, Europe, Australia, India, and Asia. Ms. Anthony has received awards from the Australia Council, South Australian Government, and The Queen’s Trust, among others. In 1990 the National Arts Club in New York invited her to perform at the presentation of the Medal of Honor to Zubin Mehta. At age thirteen, she was the youngest winner of the ABC Instrumental and Vocal Competition. Ms. Anthony studied at the Conservatory of the University of Adelaide with Beryl Kimber until 1987 and continued her studies at New York’s Juilliard School, where she worked with the eminent teachers Dorothy DeLay, Felix Galimir, and Hyo Kang. She made her Australian debut with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra in 1983 and since then has appeared with all six symphonies of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Sydney, Melbourne, Queensland, West Australian, Tasmanian, and Adelaide). Adele Anthony is an alumna of the AMFS and performs on an Antonio Stradivarius violin, crafted in 1728.