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karl geiger


Accompanist Young Adelaide Voices

Karl Geiger is a graduate of both the Elder Conservatorium of Music (University of Adelaide) and the University of Melbourne, holding a Bachelor of Music from the latter. He commenced his tertiary piano studies with Monika Laczofy before moving to Melbourne in 2008, where he studied under Benjamin Martin.  
 
An active accompanist, Karl was the inaugural winner of the Diana Harris Prize for Accompanying and was the winner of the 2010 Geoffrey Parsons Award for Accompaniment. He has had experience as a repetiteur, studio/session rehearsal pianist and as a performance artist. He is also an accomplished chamber and orchestral keyboardist, having performed with the Elder Conservatorium Chamber Orchestra, the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Orchestra and as a National Music Camp participant in 2008 and 2009.
 
Karl’s passion for vocal and choral music has lead to extensive and varied involvement in the choral music scenes in both Adelaide and Melbourne as an accompanist and performance pianist and organist. He was Organ Scholar at St Peter’s Cathedral in 2005 and 2006 where he was heavily involved in the music program as both organist and chorister. In addition to his role as accompanist for First Concert Choir, Karl is currently engaged by the Elder Conservatorium as accompanist for the three classical choirs and is frequently employed as a studio and examination accompanist for instrumental and vocal students.

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