La Chaconne is a musical ensemble that caters for all occasions. It is ideal for adding to the ambience of any function where guests can hold a conversation and whilst listening to exquisite music.
La Chaconne is a trio consisting of flute, violin and cello; with a diverse and varied repertoire spanning various musical styles and genres this trio will certainly appeal to all.
We are able to vary our program and tailor it to suit most occasions. We also incorporate original compositions and rearrangements of existing pieces of music as part of our repertoire, and upon request for an additional fee.
Roxanne has performed with a variety of ensembles and currently both performs with and writes music for her flute, violin and cello trio La Chaconne.
She has been playing the flute since she was four years old and was a first prize recipient of the Leslie Barklamb Scholarship for three consecutive years (2003, 2004 and 2005).
Roxanne studied music at Melbourne University. She studied performance in both flute and voice (soprano) whilst majoring in Composition. She was the recipient of the Catherine Grace McWilliam Bequest for the best final year music student of the Bachelor of Music (2009).
Shoreh Phillips studied music at Trinity College of Music in London (1978-1980) where she specialised in Cello performance. Whilst in London, Shoreh gained extensive experience playing with the Ernest Read Symphony Orchestra and performed at the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Albert Hall.
Since she emigrated to Australia in 1987 Shoreh has been working as freelance performer and as a Cello teacher at Scotch College and previously at St Catherine's.
She has been playing with La Chaconne since Feburary 2012.
Patricia Wong studied music at Melbourne University.
She has performed with a range of ensembles for over 20 years including orchestras, trios, quartets and chamber groups as well as playing country and rock style music with bands. She has performed solo and in ensemble for occasions as diverse as corporate functions, weddings, parties and Channel Nine’s Carols by Candlelight.
Patricia is currently teaching violin and piano at Scotch College and Trinity Grammar School.