Australian Honours, Australia Day 2016

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Introduction

Recipients of Honours for contributions to music

Congratulations from The Music Trust to the following recipients and our gratitude for your contributions to our musical life.

OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION

Mr Andrew Alexander BRIGER

770 New South Head Road, Rose Bay NSW 2029

For distinguished service to the arts, particularly to orchestral music performance as a leading conductor, and as founder of the Australian World Orchestra.


Mr David WALSH

MONA, Berriedale Tas 7011

For distinguished service to the visual arts through the establishment of the Museum of Old and New Art, and as a supporter of cultural, charitable, sporting and education groups.


MEMBER (AM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION

Ms Filippina Lydia (Tina) ARENA

PO Box 597, Surry Hills NSW 2010

For significant service to the music industry as a singer, songwriter, and recording artist, and as a supporter of charitable groups.


Ms Carolyn Jan BOWEN

Mosman NSW 2088

For significant service to the performing arts, particularly to youth orchestral music performance, and to the community.


Mr Noel Herman CISLOWSKI

65 Darling Street, Roseville NSW 2069

For significant service to the performing arts, particularly to speech and drama, to music, and to a range of community organisations.


Mr Craig Steven HASSALL

Bondi Junction NSW 2022

For significant service to the performing arts, particularly to opera, ballet and theatre, through executive, advisory and administrative roles.


Mr Shane Michael HOWARD

PO Box 200, Port Fairy Vic 3283

For significant service to the performing arts as a singer, songwriter and guitarist, to the recording industry, and to Indigenous musicians.


Dr Ralph Harold HULTGREN

Newmarket Qld 4051

For significant service to the arts, particularly music education, as an academic, composer and publisher, and to professional organisations.


Ms Sally MAYS

30 Landseer Road, New Malden, Kingston-Upon-Thames KT3 5NH, United Kingdom

For significant service to the performing arts as a leading solo pianist, accompanist and composer, to music education, and as an editor.


Dr Nicholas Christopher MILTON

Sydney NSW 2000

For significant service to the arts, particularly to classical orchestral music performance, as a musician, conductor and artistic director.


Mr Joseph TAWADROS

Newtown NSW 2042 For significant service to music as an accomplished oud performer, composer and recording artist.


MEDAL (OAM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION

Mr John Ruthven BUCHANAN

21/2 Dawes Road, Belrose NSW 2085

For service to jazz music, and to the broadcast media.


Mr Graham William CALDERSMITH

12 Main Street, Comboyne NSW 2429

For service to musical instrument making.


Mr Keith Duncan FORD

4 Apsley Court, Mill Park VIC 3082

For service to music through brass bands.


Mrs Margaret Lillian GRIFFITHS

Mornington Vic 3931

For service to music education.


Mr Kevin John HILLIER

20 Talara Court, Frankston Vic 3199

For service to music through military and brass bands.


Mr Paul Cameron HOLLEY

Nathan Qld 4111

For service to choral music, particularly in Queensland.


Mrs Mary Elizabeth JAMISON

PO Box 951, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450

For service to music, and to the community of Coffs Harbour.


Mr Gerald William KEUNEMAN

11 Wellman Street, Box Hill Vic 3128

For service to music, and to the community.


Mr Brian Cameron NIVEN

Heathmont Vic 3135

For service to the pipe band movement, and to the community.


Mr Peter Bruce NOBLE

Lennox Head NSW 2481

For service to live and recorded music, to tourism, and to the community.


Mr David John REID

10 Ayrbank Avenue, Stonyfell SA 5066

For service to orchestral and choral music in South Australia.


Mrs Ailsa Margaret STACY

NSW

For service to the community through music.


Mrs Robin Dorothy THOMPSON

Orange NSW 2800

For service to music, and to the community of Orange.


Dr Paul Raymond WHITING

Pennant Hills NSW 2120

For service to the community through choral music.

Compiler

Richard Letts, 26 January 2016. For a statistical comparison between successive Honours lists, including a significant decline in the number of Honours related to music, see Honours Statistics

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