Wendy Turner gained a Bachelor of Music degree with first class honours and first place in final year at the University of Melbourne.
She won many prizes for performing and composition. She studied piano and violin at the university, and has played violin in seven orchestras as well as piano soloist in concertos with orchestras.
In many years of teaching Wendy has knowledge of what young string players and their teachers need. Students of differing levels will be able to play these easy string works because the parts are written to accommodate students with differing skills within the one work.
There is also a new method of teaching violin and cello where students play by rote, and read and write music in each level, designed for very young players.