Megan Billing

Megan Billing portrait
Performance Teaching Fellow
Classical Oboe

Born in Korumburra, Victoria, Megan studied music from an early age, first with the flute, later taking the oboe at age 14. In 1998 Megan completed a Bachelor of Music at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, after which she undertook 2 years of study in Zurich, Switzerland, in the class of Professor Thomas Indermuhle.

Megan has played for many Australian ensembles including the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra Victoria. She has appeared as guest principal oboist with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and travelled to China with chamber ensemble ‘Southern Cross Soloists' from Brisbane. Megan has a passion for education, and enjoys seeing the development of young up and coming oboe players. Megan was a School of Music faculty member from 2006 to 2012.



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