"I consider myself to be a grass roots composer because my inspiration is derived from nature."
- Rosalind Carlson
Rosalind had the honour of being invited to be a Choral Review writer for the American Choral Directors Association's "The Choral Journal." Here Rosalind reviewed for many years newly published women's choral repertoire.
Rosalind has written many of her own lyrics for her vocal and choral works. She has also written articles for various music magazines, such as "The Australian Music Teacher" and "The Studio" for the Music Teachers' Association of NSW.
In 1987 Rosalind recommenced her own vocal studies with Florence Taylor. The following year Rosalind gained a Trinity College Performance Diploma in singing and was engaged to sing in Goulburn (New South Wales, Australia) at a charity concert. Here she performed Rodrigo's Quarto Madrigales Amartorios.
Rosalind has sung in concert on many occasions first soprano in Rossini's famous and hilarious cat duet - 'Duetto Buffo di Due Gatti". The most recent occasion being on November 2016 at the Carlson Chorale Recital - Pennant Hills.