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"Bringing a wealth of experience as a performer in some of Europe’s finest orchestras, her tone is rich and robust with a thrilling brightness at the top and a breathtaking command of pianissimi. Her mastery of French style would again come to the fore in Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin later in the programme."

(Sounds like Sydney, 2018)

Omega Ensemble “Summer Winds”. Read the full review here.

Particularly memorable was Sally Walker's ornately expressive flute solo in the Benedictus with mellifluous line from tenor Andrew Goodwin (Sydney Morning Herald, 2018)

Sydney Philharmonia Choir "Bach B Minor Choir"

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"Walker has played with some of the world’s top ensembles including the Berlin Philharmonic, Leipzig Gewandhaus and our own Australian Chamber Orchestra, but this was a far smaller and more intimate stage with the massive glass wall of the Utzon Room looking out on a grey and wet Sunday afternoon on the Harbour.  Her pedigree, however, spoke for itself as she teased out the seductive fluid phrases of the piece inspired by a nymph’s escape from the advances of the god Pan".

(Wentworth Courier, reprinted by the Daily Telegraph 2018 )

Omega Ensemble “Summer Winds”

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"Flautist Sally Walker ignited the concert with Debussy’s ethereal work Syrinx for solo flute. Walker started this piece behind the audience and gracefully ambled through to front as she played from memory, all of which enhanced the beguiling amorphous tempo and lilting chromatic melody for which Syrinx is known."

(CutCommon, 2018)

Omega Ensemble “Summer Winds”

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"Sally Walker’s flute shone brightly in the Andante, and the immaculate timing of the woodwind and brass players created pleasing warmth and depth in this performance."(Canberra Times, 2018)

ACO “Isserlis plays Shostakovich”

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