Artists

Jenni Flemming


Jenni FlemmingPerformer, teacher, adjudicator and Federal AMEB Examiner, Jenni Flemming has taught piano and pedagogy at the Queensland Conservatorium for over 20 years, performing regularly in the Keyboard concert series. As Artist in Residence at the University of Queensland, Jenni was pianist with Perihelion, playing and broadcasting a subscription series and recording several CD’s of contemporary music. Her teachers include well-known Australian pedagogues Max Olding and Pamela Page, and Hungarian-born Bela Siki. Jenni has performed as soloist with the Queensland, Melbourne, Canberra and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras, Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra, Queensland University Symphony Orchestra, Hobart Chamber Orchestra and the Barrier Reef Orchestra. She has given concerts in Scandinavia, South East Asia, USA and the United Kingdom.

Her passion for collaborative music-making has been a major focus of her career, performing with husband-cellist, Gwyn Roberts, piano duo partner Brachi Tilles, the Queensland Piano Trio, The Mayne Piano Quartet, and Ensemble I.

Founding Artistic Director of the Australian Piano Duo Festival, Jenni’s passion is to promote the cross-generational and collaborative performance experience of the piano Duo and Duet genre. Other passions include Improvisation and Art, recently publishing her child-hood compositions along with accompanying paintings.