Lecturer in Conducting, The University of Queensland

Warwick is one of Australia's leading portfolio conductors, equally at home conducting a professional ensemble as he is a youth orchestra. He is the Conductor of the UQ Symphony Orchestra and Director of the UQ Wind Ensemble. His other UQ roles and responsibilities include being Coordinator of Winds, Director of Large Ensembles as well as lecturing in instrumental conducting, bassoon performance, chamber music and woodwind performance classes.

Professionally, he has conducted the Adelaide, Canberra, Darwin, Queensland (QSO), Tasmanian, West Australian Symphony Orchestras (WASO) and Camerata of St. John's across a range of orchestral portfolios. In the youth ensemble sector, he has conducted the Queensland Youth Symphony, Queensland Youth Orchestra Wind Symphony, Young Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra, MOST Symphony Orchestra and the Great Public Schools Symphony Orchestra since his move to Brisbane in 2010.

Warwick was responsible for the technical part of the Australian Music Examinations Board's (AMEB) bassoon syllabus released in 2011. He has extensively examined for the AMEB and adjudicated for multiple eisteddfods in Queensland as well as for Education Queensland's Fanfare program in 2014.

As a bassoonist, he has played for the Australian Chamber Orchestra, QSO and WASO within Australia, the latter two orchestras as Guest Principal.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Conducting, The University of Queensland