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Melody Eötvös was born in the Southern Highlands, NSW, Australia and attended the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Griffith University, studying composition with Stephen Leek, and Dr Gerardo Dirié.
She began composing piano music at the age of 8, and at 14 won her first composition prize. She entered several more competitions and in 2005 won the Collusion Composition Prize with her work “But, I didn’t do it on Purpose” based on Alfred Jarry’s 'Ubu Roi'.
She graduated in 2005 with First Class Honours and then began her Masters in 2006 at the Royal Academy of Music, London, studying with Simon Bainbridge. She has had her music performed and recorded by internationally acclaimed ensembles such as the BBC Singers and the London Sinfonietta, and some recent past collaborations include composer/arranger/conductor for the computer console game “Avatar: the Last Air Bender” (released 2006 THQ), a commission for the Queensland Conservatorium Wind Orchestra (2007), Conductor for the world premiere of Shanon DW and Brad Godby's new musical ONE (2007), and in 2008 Melody participated in both the Symphony Services Australia Young Composers Development program with Orchestra Victoria and the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Composer's School in Hobart, both directed by Dr. Richard Mills AM.
Most recently, Melody has been accepted into both the Kuringgai Philharmonic Orchestra Composers Workshop and the Modart Professional Development Project with the Sydney Song Company, directed by Roland Peelman; both to be carried out early in 2009.
At present Melody is a post-graduate Philosophy major at the University of Queensland, Australia.