Dr Ashley William Smith
Started at UWA: 2014
Winner of Australasian Performing Rights Association performance of the year, 2014
Churchill Fellowship, 2013
Freedman Fellow (Classical), 2012
Symphony International Young Performer Award, 2010
As musicians, we have a responsibility toward developing the art form and ensuring its sustainability. I hope that the quality and creativity of my work as a performer and teacher makes me the best possible advocate for the art form that I can be.
Churchill Fellow takes risks at Fremantle Festival
The University of Western Australia’s Churchill Fellow, clarinettist Ashley William Smith has performed an unexpected and experimental music event as part of this year’s Fremantle Festival.Read more
Performance review: Classic strings to their bows
This group of three concerts, performed from Friday through to Sunday, as part of PIAF’s Chamber Music Series curated by Yarmila Alfonzetti, showcased the talents of one of today’s leading string quartets, LA-based Calder Quartet.Read more
Living a life through music is the greatest privilege anyone can have. My development as a musician is unending – refining my skills as a performer and teacher is a lifelong process.
Eileen Joyce Studio
The Eileen Joyce Studio is an intimate recital space at The University of Western Australia, housing a unique historical instrument collection.Read more about Eileen Joyce Studio