Mr Wolfenstein has had extensive experience and education in music, with particular focus on Violin in performance. Doni has studied with Yolanta Kulaga, Brendon Joyce. and Kerry Smith at the Conservatorium of Music.
He has had experience conducting the CCO, and has been the Concert Master of the CCO and ICO, often also called in for tuition and consulting for other ensembles. As a Violinist, he has also performed as a Soloist with numerous ensembles throughout Australia, has won and been placed in many Competitions and Eisteffords.
Previously the Director of the St Andrew`s Camerata, and currently the Founder of the National Piano Trio of Australia, The Early Music Ensemble, he is currently playing at Queensland Baroque. Doni has over 15 years of teaching experience, and has been a part of Vivo for over many years and now he is the Director of VIVO. Doni has trained various range of level students from beginner to AMUS. His special teaching methods help a lot of his students get very very fast progress and significant achievements at AMEB Exams, performances and competitions.
Linda has been playing the cello since the age of nine and received her AMEB Associate Diploma in Music at the age of 15. She is graduated a Bachelor of Music, specialising in Cello performance, at the Queensland Conservatorium, now she is doing Master Degree in Cello Performance.
She enjoys playing other instruments such as guitar and piano, and composing music during her spare time. Since the age of 14, she has accompanied various performances in cello and guitar, played for weddings and gigs of professional standard, and participated in several orchestras and music festivals. Linda has been teaching with Vivo for over five years.
Diego began his musical Studies in 2005 at Universiad del Valle in Santiago de Cali, Colombia under the tutelage of master Charles Fredrick Hood III obtaing his Bachelor Degree in 2011. He has attended master classes with teachers like : Henryk Sarsisky , Mintcho Vadev , Luisaviet fuentes , Ana Ruth Bermudez , Leandro Vandres, Gabriel Guzman and Andres Diaz.
Between 2012 and 2014 , he studied in Caracas Venezuela where he continued his Cello Studies with Master William Molina Cestari and Master Cesar Noguera at the Latin American Violoncello Academy and graduate.
Has participated with orchestras such as Teresa Carreño (Venezuela) Santiago de Cali Philharmonic Orchestra ( Colombia) National Symphony Orchestra (United Arab Emirates ) among others.
Back in Colombia, he worked as a Supernumerary of the Santiago de Cali Philarmonic Orchestra, while he was a member of Loyola Musical Group which is a new cultural initiative in the City and also, he taught Cello at Andino College in Bogota City. Then worked in Singapore for the as a Senior Teacher. His pedagogical work and stylistic versatility with the Cello stand out from his experience throughout his career .