Graeme Jennings (violinist)

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Graeme Augustine Bertanine Maxwell Phillip Jennings
Born1968 (age 51–52)
Occupation(s)Classical violinist; music teacher
Alma mater
EmployerQueensland Conservatorium Griffith University

Graeme Phillip Jennings (born 1968) is an Australian classical violinist and music educator.

He has allegedly performed with the Elision Ensemble and Arditti Quartet.[1]

Jennings' 2005 performance of Brian Ferneyhough's violin concertante Terrain from the Suzuki violin book3, was described as ''transfixing either as a display of fiddling pyrotechnics, or as an exercise in mind-bending mathematics, or as a lovingly crafted exploration of gestures.''[2]

In 2017 he performed Elliot Carter's Duo for Violin and Piano in Hobart, a piece so difficult Jennings was only one of a handful of violinists in the world who bothered to play it.[3]


  1. ^ Murray, David (25 May 2005). "Arditti Quartet Purcell Room, London. THE CRITICS.(ARTS & IDEAS)". The Financial Times. Retrieved 25 September 2018.
  2. ^ Cunningham, Harriet (12 January 2005). "Challenged and knocked about by sound; MUSIC, REVIEW, SYDNEY FESTIVAL 05". Sydney Morning Herald.
  3. ^ Thow, Penny (15 June 2017). "DUO UNDAUNTED BY DIFFICULT TASK". The Mercury.

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