Congratulations In Yi Chae!

1st Prize winner of The English Family Prize Competition, In Yi received a cash prize of $5000 and the opportunity to perform as soloist with Queensland Symphony Orchestra.
In Yi Chae, violin
Max Bruch Concerto No.1, g-moll, Op.26 – 1st Movement
In Yi will appear as soloist with QSO in Meet the Symphony, Wednesday 11 May 2016 at the Conservatorium Theatre, Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University.

Year at a Glance

Thank you to all our talented students for their hard work and outstanding achievements.

Jin Ah Pak

Brisbane Eisteddfod: Under 9yr old – 3rd Place.
Redlands Eisteddfod: Under 9yr old – 3rd Place; Grade 3 & 4 – 3rd Place.

In Yi Chae

Brisbane Eisteddfod: Diploma – 1st Place; Championship – 1st Place; Baroque – 1st Place.
Redlands Eisteddfod: String Solo Diplomas – 1st Place; Open Concerto / Sonata – 1st Place; String Solo Baroque – 1st Place.

Joshua Davison

Brisbane Eisteddfod: Grade 8 – 3rd Place.

Esther Durre

Stanthorpe Eisteddfod: 16 to 18yr old – 1st Place; Open – 1st Place and Championship Prize.
Redlands Eisteddfod: Baroque – Highly Commended.

Cherin Lee

The English Family Prize Competition: 1st Place.
Sommerville School Concerto Competition: – 1st Place.


Congratulations Cherin Lee

Cherin is the Winner of The English Family Prize for Young Instrumentalists

As the winner of the Competition she will play Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto Op.35 in D Major with Queensland Symphony Orchestra on Wednesday 19 March at QSO Studio, South Bank.

Youth knows no boundaries, in this concert we unveil the talent of one young musician who will take centre stage with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra to perform as the winner of The English Family Prize for Young Instrumentalists. - Secondary Showcase - It's A Riot!

As a part of musical education we encourage all our students to come to one of her Recital and listen to her wonderful performance. There will be three Concerts on that day: at 10am, 11:20am and 1:30pm.

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