Alice’s love of the stage began in the family living room, where she performed regularly for her parents alongside her two sisters as part of A.S.K (Alice, Sophie, Katie) Productions. Initially she was a pianist, singer and dancer, but at the age of seven took up her preferred instrument, the violin.
In the following years, Alice discovered that her love of performing was attracting a keen audience. At thirteen, she joined SBS (Special Broadcasting Service, Sydney) Youth Orchestra, and toured extensively with them to Japan, Estonia, Finland, Russia and Italy.
Alice entered the Conservatorium of Music, Sydney in 2003, having been awarded a scholarship. Whilst there she studied with Alex Todicescu and Wanda Wilkomirska, and completed her degree with First Class Honours in 2006. The following year she was broadcast live as a soloist on 2MBSfm and was a finalist in the Kendall National Violin Competition. As a result of this performance she was invited to perform with the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra.
In 2007, Alice began her Masters with Magdalena Rezler in Freiburg, Germany, where she was awarded the Baden Wuerttemburg and the Vasanta Scholarship. Whilst in Germany, Alice performed numerous concerts around Germany and France both as a soloist, and as part of the Freiburg Hochschule Symphony and Chamber Orchestras.
In addition to her passion for performing, Alice is also a keen music educator, and whilst in Australia was an enthusiastic organiser of several school music programmes.
It is with the same passion and dedication that she gives to her own playing, that Alice conducts all her lessons, making her a popular, and successful teacher.