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Library Lovers: My Career - Talk with Jasmine Middleton (Ballajura)

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Ballajura Public Library

Illawarra Crescent North

Ballajura, WA 6066

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Join WASO violinist Jasmine Middleton as she talks about her career as a violinist.

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Please note that this is a program for adults, and is a talk concluding with a short performance. Photographs and videos may be taken of the event.

From learning the violin from the age of six and playing in Youth Orchestras, to studying at the UWA Conservatorium of Music and later performing in the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, music has always been a central part of Jasmine's life. Working towards being a successful professional musician, Jasmine's diverse portfolio career in the arts has involved everything from travelling to China and Japan, forming a String Quartet, starting her own violin teaching studio, publishing for a music magazine, and performing with Michael Buble.

In accordance with hygiene requirements, social distancing will be maintained throughout this program and hand sanitizing stations and cleaning products will be available for use.

Please book in as spaces are limited. For all inquiries contact Ballajura Public Library on (08) 9207 8686.

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