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Meg is a musician and violinist with a multi-faceted practice. She specialises in both modern and baroque violin, curates and collaborates on new projects, and delves into chamber music. Having completed Bachelor (Hons) and Masters degrees at the Sydney Conservatorium, she relocated to Melbourne to study at the Australian National Academy of Music. Now based in Naarm, Meg performs regularly with the Melbourne Chamber and Symphony orchestras, Genesis Baroque, and the Australian Haydn Ensemble among many others. She is the founder and artistic director of Moirai and co-artistic director of Wattleseed Ensemble. Meg has performed at all the major festivals and venues across the country, recorded with ABC Classics, and travelled overseas to attend the Mahler Chamber Orchestra Academy, and numerous chamber academies with the award-winning Geist String Quartet. Meg founded and directed the Sydney Baroque Music Festival, an initiative to bring together the next generation of period performers from around Australia, from 2013-2018.



David is an Australian cellist with broad musical interests specialising in the interpretation of exploratory music. Recent accolades include 5-star reviews in Limelight for Kate Neal’s, ‘While You Sleep’, at the Canberra International Music Festival, and for his performances in ‘1:1’ for the Adelaide Festival. David has been a member of the Lucerne Festival Contemporary Orchestra for the 2022 and 2023 Lucerne Festivals. David recently completed a Master’s degree at Monash University under the supervision of Prof Cat Hope. His thesis, which was awarded a H1, focused on the impacts of extended cello techniques on virtuosity. David also studied at the Australian National Academy of Music under Howard Penny and completed a Bachelor of Music with First Class Honours at the University of Adelaide. He has a longstanding duo with Dr Iran Sanadzadeh and is a regular casual cellist with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. David has also appeared on the ABC television program, ArtWorks in a segment on extended technique. 


Alexander is a versatile Melbourne-based percussionist with an eclectic taste in music, both within the classical repertoire and beyond. He is a keen collaborator who enjoys playing in large and small ensembles of a wide variety of styles, and is always eager to expand his knowledge and understanding.

A graduate of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM), Alexander is particularly fond of multidisciplinary and theatrical performances. He enjoys surprising audiences with new, unique, and rarely performed repertoire to programs, especially when it presents opportunities to embody characters and emphasise the physicality of the performer.

Alexander is participating in Speak Percussion’s 2023 Bespoke Artist program, and has performed with Astra Chamber Music Society, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, as a soloist with Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Adelaide Festival, Victorian Opera, the Australian tour of “Synthony”, psychedelic band Walls & Waves, and in the Gothic Eco-Opera “COMMUNE” led by electronic music duo The Omega Point.


Moirai personify the ancient powers of human destiny, death, and the in-between.

Melbourne’s new crossover ensemble defies genre. This trio of versatile and creative musicians is bursting with new ideas on collaboration and improvisation. Grown from a foundation in art music, Moirai binds old and new music into dynamic and innovative performance experiences. They hold a fascination with folk tunes from eastern Europe, medieval dance music, and a curiosity for unusual rhythms and sounds. Moirai’s unique instrumentation is the golden thread that ties their bold individuality together.

After a private launch in mid-2023, Moirai performed and recorded in collaboration with Monash University’s Composition & Music Technology Department. Moirai will debut in March at Music, She Wrote festival presented by 3MBS. They are awarded a Bundanon Trust residency, and will commission a new work with percussionist and composer Chloe Kim, and tour regional New South Wales.

Moirai is committed to commissioning new Australian works, bringing high-quality music to the regions, and creating inclusive and accessible performances.


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