Recognising Potential
Realising Great Performances

Gyula Cseszkó

Artistic Director/ Chief Conductor
M.Mus (Melb.) Grad.Dip.Ed

Gyula Cseszkó, born of Hungarian-Dutch parents and studied with conductors Denis Vaughn, Nicholas Braithwaite, Shalom Ronly-Riklis, Carlo Felice Cillario, Carl Crossin OAM, and Professor John Hopkins OBE.

He has conducted the Royal Melbourne Philharmonic, the Melbourne Conservatorium, Zelman Memorial Symphony, Melbourne Lawyers and Monash Medical Orchestras.

He founded and was Chief Conductor/Artistic Director of La Fratenita di Solisti chamber orchestra for five years. He now conducts Hawthorn U3A, Dandenong Ranges orchestra and the new Melbourne University Bio-Medical orchestra.

With an interest in choral music, he directed Monash Chorale, Maroondah Singers, Southeastern Philharmonia and Peninsula Chorale, and was Artistic Director for Monash Sing-for-Kids.