Trio Musae is a chamber group comprising flute, violin and cello. They have been performing together since 2009 and have toured overseas in France, Belgium, New Zealand and played in all of Melbourne’s most prestigious concert halls. Trio Musae can enrich your event whether it be weddings, funerals, private functions or corporate events. With a huge range of repertoire from Classical to Pop, they can select the music to suit your event and make it a memorable day.
Elissa Robustelli has been playing the flute since the age of 5. Growing up in Melbourne, she gained entrance to The University High School on a music scholarship, and was selected to be apart of the Orchestra to represent Australia at the Anzac Day Dawn Service in Villers Bretonneux, France.
In her final year of high school, she was selected as the only flute player for VCE Top Class, showcasing students in Victoria who achieved the highest marks in Music Performance.
Elissa Graduated from the Conservatorium of Music at Melbourne University under the direction of Andrew Day and was also awarded her Licentiate of Music Australia at age 20.
Elissa has performed in Italy, France and Belgium and all of Melbourne’s Major concert halls as a soloist and with numerous orchestras.
She is currently on the committee of The Victorian Flute guild and teaches privately from her studio and in various schools around Melbourne.
Nathan Juriansz began to play the violin at the age of 8. He was awarded the Matthew Stanton Sharman scholarship and the Performing Arts award upon completion of VCE at The University High School. He is currently studying with Dr Curt Thompson, head of strings at the University of Melbourne, and previously with Mark Mogilevski and Mary Johnston.
Nathan is heavily involved in chamber and orchestral playing. He has been featured on 3MBS with Ensemble con Fuoco and was a member of the Melbourne Youth Orchestra from 2011-14, and toured to Christchurch, New Zealand with them in 2014. He has also participated in programs with the Australian Youth Orchestra, Australian International Symphony Orchestra Institute (AISOI), and Ironwood. He performs regularly in Melbourne with the University of Melbourne Orchestra, Royal Melbourne Philharmonic, Hopkins Sinfonia, Australian Conservatoire of Ballet Orchestra, and Carols by Candlelight Orchestra
Melbourne cellist, Miranda Bell, began music lessons at the age of 5. In 2008, she was awarded a music scholarship to The University High School where she successfully completed her VCE in Solo Performance and Music Styles. She was selected as principal cellist of The University High School Orchestra to perform at an ANZAC Day commemorative trip to France and Belgium.
Miranda is currently studying a Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Education at Monash University. As part of her studies, Miranda was accepted to participate in an intensive solo performance program at New York University in 2014 with string students and esteemed teachers from around the world.
She has been under the tutelage of some of Melbourne’s finest cellists, including David Berlin and Rosanne Hunt, and is currently working towards her Associates degree under Kalina Krusteva.