Authors » Rosalind Appleby
Rosalind Appleby graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Music Performance (clarinet) and has spent the past twelve years working as a music journalist. She writes regular music reviews and feature articles covering a wide range of jazz, world and classical music.
She has contributed to a variety of national and international publications including London’s Financial Times, Limelight magazine, the Australian, Scoop magazine, Music Forum Journal, Resonate magazine and The Opera Critic. She is a music critic for the West Australian newspaper and is the Western Australian correspondent for the prestigious Opera magazine (London). For several years she produced and broadcast Difficult Listening for community radio.
Rosalind has worked as a music critic in Europe and China, and has reviewed most festivals and orchestras around the country from the 2006 State Opera of South Australia’s production of Wagner’s Ring cycle to the experimental Now Now festival in Sydney.
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Broome residents are in for a double dose of Peter Docker in the coming weeks. Docker will launch his third novel, Sweet One, at Broome Library on Wednesday 23 July followed by a performance at Corrugated Lines.