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INSTRUMENTAL AND CHAMBER MUSIC

PROGRAM

2019


MESSAGE FROM THE

The Brisbane Eisteddfod has a history of artistic excellence extending over a century. Our committee takes pride in presenting an outstanding event for competitors and spectators - your ongoing support is essential. To remain at the forefront, we must embrace the most modern artistic concepts and service delivery standards to appeal to both our youthful and not so youthful supporters. Modern technology is a major part of this strategy. Many innovative developments have been achieved since the 2018 Eisteddfod season. Many more are currently being implemented, and more still are planned. Technology is the future of the Eisteddfod. We focus heavily on the electronic and social media communication strategies preferred by young people to make their relationship with the Eisteddfod a part of their everyday lives. Many things have changed and the change process will continue. Our website has been upgraded and made more user friendly. Our logo, corporate branding and corporate colour have been replaced. The Brisbane Eisteddfod Entry Portal (BEEP) has introduced a new system to enhance user friendly operation, streamline reception of entries and receipt of entry fees. Our new corporate advertising and sponsorship package has been distributed through our website and Facebook. Our latest innovative project, the Brisbane Eisteddfod Television (BETV) project, allows us to connect more extensively with our traditional entrant and spectator base, attract new supporters and explore potential uses including live streaming of some sections during events. Our Facebook page has been a great communication medium - easy to use and access and covering a huge demographic (children to grandparents). The Brisbane Eisteddfod is assisted financially by Brisbane City Council, through its Creative Brisbane Creative Economy Strategy. On behalf of all of us, may you enjoy this exciting display and share in our commitment to the world of performance. Kind regards, Ken Meissner, CEO, Brisbane Eisteddfodc

THE COMMITTEE OF THE BRISBANE EISTEDDFOD CEO KEN MEISSNER ceo@brisbaneeisteddfod.org.au

INSTRUMENTAL AND CHAMBER MUSIC EVENT MANAGER MIGUEL WU instrumental@brisbaneeisteddfod.org.au

CHAIRMAN JOS VAN DE VEN P. 2 THE BRISBANE EISTEDDFOD DANCE SOLOS_FA_19 SEPT chairman@brisbaneeisteddfod.org.au

EVENTS DIRECTOR HEATHER SHAW admin@brisbaneeisteddfod.org.au


A big thank you to each parent, teacher, and competitor for attending the 2019 Brisbane Eisteddfod Instrumental and Chamber Music Event. This year we have received more than 700 entries and on behalf of the entire Brisbane Eisteddfod Committee, I would like to thank you for your continual support towards the Eisteddfod. Yes, we are very excited to introduce Chamber Music as we see more schools and local community forming small music ensemble groups. This year, only school aged students are eligible to enter Chamber Music. We hope this event will continue to grow and that in the near future we are able to offer Chamber Music to community and open aged ensemble groups. We saw a need to look for a bigger venue when we had a record attendance last year at the Instrumental Event and could no longer fit everyone in the auditorium. We are very fortunate and excited that the University of Queensland, School of Music, have agreed to open their facilities and sponsor this event so that competitors can experience and perform in first class facilities and performance spaces. We would like to thank the University of Queensland for their support towards this event. Thank you to our amazing adjudicators for being here with us and for taking their time to share their wisdom, knowledge, and experience and providing encouragement and constructive feedback to our competitors. Also thanks to St Cecilia School of Music Examinations, Simply for Strings, Accompanists’ Guild of Queensland, Piano Tuners and Technicians Guild of Queensland, The Cuskelly School of Music, John Paul College, and music teachers for their sponsorship, donation, and ongoing support. The Brisbane Eisteddfod is run by the support of hardworking and dedicated volunteers. We only have a handful of volunteers for this event, so if you love music and are available to help, we would love to hear from you. We wish all the best and good luck to all competitors. We hope you all have a great time at the event. Until next time,

Miguel Wu

Instrumental and Chamber Music Event Manager

TREASURER LYN POND treasurer@brisbaneeisteddfod.org.au MARKETING MANAGER ELLIE BAKKER P. 3 THE BRISBANE EISTEDDFOD DANCE SOLOS_FA_19 SEPT marketing@brisbaneeisteddfod.org.au

SECRETARY MIGUEL WU secretary@brisbaneeisteddfod.org.au


ADMISSION All prices below are inclusive of GST. Tickets can be purchased on the day with cash or card.

ADULT SESSION PASS SEASON PASS SEASON PASS TEACHER PASS

(PNO, STRGS, WW, OR CM)e (ALL ACCESS) (ALL ACCESS)

CONCESSION SESSION PASS SEASON PASS SEASON PASS

$12.00 $30.00 $48.00 $44.00

(Pension & Students (over 12 Years))

(PNO, STRGS, WW, OR CM) (ALL ACCESS)

$10.00 $25.00 $40.00

CHILDREN 3 - 11 YEARS SESSION PASS SEASON PASS SEASON PASS

(PNO, STRGS, WW, OR CM) (All Access)

$7.00 $17.50 $28.00

(CHILDREN 2 YEARS & UNDER ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PURCHASE A TICKET)

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PARKING Free parking is available on weekends – Please obey UQ St Lucia parking signs. Paid parking applies Monday to Friday, 7am to 9pm. Parking is free outside these hours. We suggest park in the BLUE ZONE along Sir William Macgregor Drive (southern campus) near St Leos, Duchesne, and Women’s Colleges (see below) for daily rate of $5. The School of Music, Zelman Cowen Building (51), is located across the colleges - corner Jocks and Staff House Roads. View the full parking map here. Pay by Plate machines are available along Sir William Macgregor Drive to pay for your parking, the machines accepts coins and credit cards. If you wish to park in other areas, information on other parking zones can be found here – Casual parking at St Lucia. It is important to look for signs to see which zone you are in and which conditions apply. Park in the BLUE ZONE for up to 14 hours for flat daily rate of $5 (no motorcycles parking in this zone). View the full car parking map here.

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VIDEO RECORDING / STILL PHOTOGRAPHY: Private videography or photography of a competitor on stage or in the Auditorium is only allowable if taken by the competitor’s parent. No tripod is allowed. All other actions are prohibited and may result in disqualification of the competitor. LOST PROPERTY: Competitors and parents are asked to ensure personal property (particularly phones & wallets), costume items and accessories are taken from the venue after each session. The Eisteddfod Committee will naturally take every possible care to minimise the opportunity for theft. However the responsibility is ultimately yours and no liability will be accepted by the committee in instances of loss or theft of property. Lost property can be claimed at the committee table in the foyer and will be retained by the event manager for one month only after Instrumental and Chamber Music concludes. Enquiries should be directed to the event managers not the venue. admin@brisbaneeisteddfod.org.au. SOCIAL MEDIA: Results will be posted on Facebook as soon as possible after adjudication. If you do not wish your competitor to be tagged in or photographed for social media, please advise the admin desk in the foyer. If you are taking photos outside of the auditorium and uploading to social media, please tag us #brisbaneeisteddfod so we can share your photos. COPYRIGHT: Competitors must be aware of copyright responsibilities. The Brisbane Eisteddfod is in no way responsible for personal breach of copyright. If in doubt APRA & AMCOS may be contacted directly or ask your studio.


RULES AND COMPETITOR INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO PIANO, INSTRUMENTAL, AND CHAMBER MUSIC

1. There will be no warm up facility available at the venue. 2. Time limits must be strictly adhered to. If a competitor goes over the time limit, they may be penalized. 3. Competitors will only be eligible to compete in their age group. (Age as at 1/7/19) 4. An own choice selection may be performed in only one Section. 5. Music for Piano Accompaniment Sections (BP49, BP50 & BP51) will be emailed on May 14th 2019 - 2 months prior to the Event start date. 6. Music scores: a) A copy of the sheet music for the adjudicator must be handed in on the day of competition, prior to start of Section. b) If a properly printed manuscript is not attainable for a particular contemporary piece, a chord chart or, at the least, lyrics must be submitted. c) The copy for the adjudicator must be marked clearly with the Section number and the competitor’s number but not the competitor’s name. d) Competitors who perform from memory should submit original scores for the adjudicator which may be collected after the Section. Competitors not performing from memory should perform with original scores. e) Unless original scores are submitted for the adjudicator, a completed AMCOS form must be attached to each photocopy. Photocopies will not be returned and will be destroyed at the conclusion of the Event. f) A completed AMCOS form must be attached to photocopies where used by accompanists. g) Folders for sheet music for each Section will be available in the foyer. Competitors to provide the title of song and composer against their competitor number order on the index sheet of the respective folder. 7. Accompanists and backing tracks: a) No official accompanist is provided. Competitors are required to bring their own accompanist. Please visit the Accompanists’ Guild of Queensland or the Queensland Music Teacher Association for a full list of available accompanists.

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RULES AND COMPETITOR INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO PIANO, INSTRUMENTAL, AND CHAMBER MUSIC

The following accompanists are able to assist and all arrangements are strictly between those parties involved and do not involve the EMT in any way: Dave Mibus (Northside) – 0404 616 974 Gloria Shin (Southside) – 0452 487 676 Sue Lee (Southside) – 0401 672 874 b) The EMT recommends that competitors arrange a rehearsal with your accompanist prior the Eisteddfod. Payment for rehearsals is a matter for negotiation between competitors and accompanists. c) The use of pre-recorded backing track or accompaniment is not permitted. d) Competitors are allowed to perform with or without accompaniment. 8. Entrants perform at their own risk. Entrants agree they are of good health and fitness, and physically able to participate. All care will be demonstrated,but no liability will be accepted for any injury sustained whilst carrying out that performance. 9. Section Pieces: a) For Piano – Unless specified, only one piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed. b) For Strings, Woodwind, Brass, and Chamber Music – Unless specified, only one piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed. Concertos are permitted. c) Graded Sections – Any piece of music at the grade level specified. Please confirm with the teacher if unsure. Competitors must not have sat for a grade higher than stipulated. If there are insufficient entries in any graded section the section may be combined with another graded section. 10. Definitions: a) Piano: for acoustic piano only b) Strings: for any stringed instrument - violins, violas, cellos, double basses, harp and acoustic guitar c) Woodwind: for all woodwind, reed and brass instruments. – flute, recorder, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, French horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba etc. d) Baroque Era: (Strings) - Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque Period i.e. mid 1600 to 1750AD e) Jazz/Modern/Contemporary (Woodwind & Brass): Any piece of music written from 1930 onwards, but not of a classical nature; cannot be a piece performed as a solo item f) Open: Any age g) Novice: Those who started learning from 1st January 2019


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TIMETABLE BRISBANE EISTEDDFOD INSTRUMENTAL AND CHAMBER MUSIC

Sunday 14th July 2019 9:00am Piano (JG) BP01 - Piano Solo 6 yrs/ under BP12 - Piano Baroque 6 yrs/under BP23 - Piano Classical 6 yrs/under BP02 - Piano Solo 7 yrs BP13 - Piano Baroque 7 yrs BP24 - Piano Classical 7 yrs BP44 - Piano Novice BP35 - Piano Grade 1

1:00pm (JG)

BP34 - Piano Preliminary BP36 - Piano Grade 2 BP15 - Piano Baroque 9 yrs BP04 - Piano Solo 9 yrs

3:30pm (MO)

BP26 - Piano Classical 9 yrs BP38 - Piano Grade 4 BP39 - Piano Grade 5

1:00pm (JG)

BP05 - Piano Solo 10 yrs BP16 - Piano Baroque 10 yrs BP27 - Piano Classical 10 yrs BP37A - Piano Grade 3

3:30pm (MO)

BP37B - Piano Grade 3 BP47 - Piano Duets 17 yrs/under BP42 - Piano Grade 8/Cert

6:30pm (MO)

BP10 - Piano Solo 15-16 yrs BP50 - Piano Accompaniment 14-16 yrs BP21 - Piano Baroque 15-16yrs BP32 - Piano Classical 15-16 yrs

Tuesday 16th July 9:00am Piano (JG)

6:30pm (MO)

BP06 - Piano Solo 11 yrs BP17 - Piano Baroque 11yrs BP28 - Piano Classical 11 yrs BP07 - Piano Solo 12 yrs BP18 - Piano Baroque 12yrs BP29 - Piano Classical 12 yrs

Monday 15th July 2019 9:00am Piano (JG)

1:30pm (JG)

BP40 - Piano Grade 6 BP41- Piano Grade 7

BP45 - Piano Duets 9 yrs/under BP03 - Piano Solo 8 yrs BP14 - Piano Baroque 8 yrs BP25 -Piano Classical 8 yrs

BP08 - Piano Solo 13 yrs BP19 - Piano Baroque 13 yrs BP30 - Piano Classical 13 yrs BP46 - Piano Duets 13 yrs/under BP49 - Piano Accompaniment 13 yrs/under


TIMETABLE BRISBANE EISTEDDFOD INSTRUMENTAL AND CHAMBER MUSIC

3:30pm (JG)

6:30pm

3:30pm (MO)

Monday 15th July 2019 9:00am Strings

BP09 - Piano Solo 14 yrs BP20 - Piano Baroque 14 yrs BP31 - Piano Classical 14 yrs

BP43 - Piano Grade Diploma BP11 - Piano Solo Open

BS10 - Strings Solo 15-16 yrs BS18 - Strings Grade 6 BS19 - Strings Grade 7 BS11 - Strings Solo Open

6:30pm (JG)

BP52 - Piano Recital Junior 13 yrs/under

BS20 - Strings Grade 8/Cert BS21 - Strings Grade Diploma BS25 - Strings Recital Open

6:30pm (MO)

1:00pm

Section BP22: Piano Baroque Open Section BP33: Piano Classical Open Section BP53: Piano Recital Senior 14-16 yrs Section BP54: Piano Recital Open

Sunday 14th July 2019 9:00am Strings BS02 - Strings Solo 7 yrs BS03 - Strings Solo 8 yrs BS04 - Strings Solo 9 yrs BS12 - Strings Preliminary BS13 - Strings Grade 1 BS14 - Strings Grade 2 BS05 - Strings Solo 10 yrs

1:00pm

BS06 - Strings Solo 11 yrs BS07 - Strings Solo 12 yrs BS08 - Strings Solo 13 yrs BS09 - Strings Solo 14 yrs BS15 - Strings Grade 3 BS16 - Strings Grade 4 BS17 - Strings Grade 5

BS23 - Strings Recital Junior 13 yrs/under BS24 - Strings Recital Senior 14-16 yrs

Tuesday 16th July 2019 9:00am Woodwind & Brass BWB04 - WWB Grade Prelim, 1, 2 BWB05 - WWB Grade 3, 4 BWB01 - WWB Solo 12 yrs/under BWB08 - WWB Jazz/Contemp 12 yrs/under BWB02 - WWB Solo 13-14 yrs BWB09 - WWB Jazz/Contemp 13-14 yrs BWB06 - WWB Grade 5, 6, 7

1:30pm

BWB03 - WWB Solo 15yrs/over BWB10 - WWB Jazz/Contemp 15 yrs/over BWB07 - WWB Grade Diploma

Wednesday 17th July 2019 9:30am Chamber Music BC01 - Piano Trio 13yrs/under BC19 - Woodwind Trio 13yrs/under BC03 - Piano Trio 16-17yrs BC04 - Piano Quartet 13yrs/under BC13 - Strings Quartet 13yrs/under BC14 - Strings Quartet 14-15yrs BC15 - Strings Quartet 16-17yrs


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AWARDS & PRIZES PIANO Piano Solo Open Piano Baroque Open Piano Classical Open Piano Diploma Piano Recital 13 yrs/under Piano Recital 14-16 yrs Piano Recital Open

1st $80 | 1st $80 | 1st $80 | 1st $80 | 1st $80 | 1st $100 | 1st $100 |

2nd $40 2nd $40 2nd $40 2nd $40 2nd $40 2nd $50 2nd $50

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3rd $20 3rd $20 3rd $25 3rd $25 3rd $25

Donated by Accompanists’ Guild of Queensland: Piano Accompaniment 13 yrs/under 1st $80 Piano Accompaniment 14-16 yrs 1st $100 Piano Accompaniment Open 1st $120

STRINGS Strings Solo Open Strings Diploma Strings Recital 13 yrs/under Strings Recital 14-16 yrs Strings Recital Open

1st $80 | 1st $80 | 1st $100 | 1st $100 | 1st $100 |

2nd $40 2nd $40 2nd $50 2nd $50 2nd $50

WOODWIND AND BRASS W & Brass Solo 15 yrs/over W & Brass Diploma W & Brass Jazz/Contemporary 15 yrs/over

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1st $80 | 2nd $40 | 3rd $20 1st $80 | 2nd $40 | 3rd $20 1st $80 | 2nd $40 | 3rd $20

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Max Olding

Max Olding is one of Australia’s most distinguished musicians. He has performed in Australia, UK, USA, NZ, Austria, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Korea and Vanuatu as pianist, duo-pianist, conductor (orchestral, choral, opera, ballet) , and has given many masterclasses and seminars nationally and internationally. In addition, Max Olding has worked in collaboration with many international artists (including his wife Pamela Page, son Dene Olding and daughter-in-law Irina Morozova) in recitals, chamber music ensembles and concertos. As concerto soloist he has given several first performances in Australia. He has also recorded with his wife and son. He has held senior teaching and administrative positions in The Queensland Conservatorium of Music (Deputy Director and Principal Lecturer in Piano); Queensland University of Technology (Acting Head and Senior Lecturer); City University of New York (Visiting Professor); The University of Queensland (School of Music) where he is currently teaching.. He began his tertiary teaching career at the Melbourne University Conservatorium. There is also a long list of student successes to his credit at both national and international levels. He has had a long association with the Australian Music Examinations Board as a Federal Examiner. He also worked extensively in SE Asia and New Zealand for the Board in examining and promotional activities.

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Max Olding

He has adjudicated at most of Australia’s major music competitions, has chaired many of them and has acted as external examiner for higher degrees at the Universities of Melbourne,Western Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, Southern Queensland and Queensland University of Technology. Max Olding has been associated with Sydney’s Music Awards for many years, the first of which was as adjudicator at the 1952 City of Sydney Eisteddfod - the same year that he won the ABC Concerto and Vocal Competition. Two years later in an overseas competition, he met his wife-to-be , Pamela Page, when he shared first prize in the London-based Royal Concert Trust Fund Competition with her. Max has held positions as President of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra Society and Deputy Chair of the Brisbane Institute of Art. He is a Churchill Fellow; Patron of the Queensland Music Teachers Association; Patron of the Queensland Piano Tuners and Technicians Guild and is a Life Member of the Queensland Accompanists Guild. He holds an MMus(Qld), DipMus(Melb) and an AMusA. In recognition of his service to music and to music education, he has been awarded an AM in The Order of Australia, an Honorary Doctorate from The University of Queensland, an Honorary Fellowship from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music and an Honorary Fellowship from the Australian Music Examinations Board. He is also a recipient of the Australia Centenary Medal and the Beethoven Centenary Medal. P. 20


Joanna Gibson BMus(Hons), BAppSc(Dist), LMusA, AMusA

Joanna’s professional experience includes recital engagements, adjudicating, private piano teaching, and working with the team at Encore Music Education. She holds a Bachelor of Music (Hons) with first class honours from the University of Queensland and will soon complete her Master of Music under the guidance of Dr Max Olding AM. Joanna has been awarded Associate and Licentiate Diplomas in Classical Piano Performance from the Australian Music Examinations Board and has been privileged to perform in master classes with distinguished musicians, including Dr Piers Lane. Joanna approaches music from an artistic and scientific background, having studied and worked within other fields including medical imaging and graphic design. She has performed and adjudicated eisteddfods both in Queensland and overseas, and was a featured performer and member of the adjudication panel at the 2018 Kota Kinabalu Music and Dance Festival in East Malaysia. She was the featured artist at the Encore Singapore Concerts in 2017 and 2018, and has enjoyed success at local competitions including the Queensland Piano Competition and Australian National Yamaha Piano Competition.


Warwick Potter

Warwick Potter is Convenor, Bachelor of Music (Honours) at The University of Queensland and one of Australia’s leading portfolio conductors. Warwick is Conductor, The University of Queensland (UQ) Symphony Orchestra and Director, UQ Winds. His other UQ roles and responsibilities include being Coordinator of Winds, Director of Large Ensembles, and Convenor of UQ Music @ St John’s. Furthermore, he lectures in instrumental conducting, bassoon performance, chamber music, and woodwind performance classes. Professionally, he has conducted the Adelaide, Canberra, Darwin, Queensland (QSO), Tasmanian, West Australian Symphony Orchestras (WASO) and Camerata of St. John’s across a range of orchestral portfolios. In the youth ensemble sector, he is Conductor, Queensland Youth Orchestra Wind Symphony and has conducted the Queensland Youth Symphony (including The Planets at the express invitation of John Curro), Young Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra (Brisbane), MOST Symphony Orchestra (Education Queensland) and the Great Public Schools Symphony Orchestra since his move to Brisbane in 2010. He has commissioned multiple world premieres from Brisbane-based composers in recent years. Warwick was responsible for the technical part of the Australian Music Examinations Board’s (AMEB) bassoon syllabus released in 2011. He has extensively examined for the AMEB and adjudicated for multiple eisteddfods in Queensland as well as for Education Queensland’s Fanfare program in 2014. As a bassoonist, he has played for the Australian Chamber Orchestra, QSO and WASO within Australia, the latter two orchestras as Guest Principal. A former recipient of an Australian Postgraduate Award, Warwick successfully completed a PhD in Music Performance (conducting) at UQ in 2015. Repertoire to be conducted in 2019 includes The Rite of Spring (Stravinsky), Symphony No. 2 in E minor (Rachmaninov), and premiere of an education show on the Gold Coast.

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Patrick Murphy

Recently appointed cellist of the award-winning Tinalley String Quartet, Patrick regularly appears in performances throughout Australia. He was a founding member of the international prize-winning Tankstream Quartet who were invited by the Australian Government to perform at the Royal Wedding of Crown Prince Frederick of Denmark and Mary Donaldson. Patrick was a member of the Southern Cross Soloists between 2011 and 2017, and has performed with the Australian World Orchestra, Sydney Symphony, the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra and the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, as well as guest principal with Camerata of St John’s. Recent concerto performances have included appearances with the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra, The Metropolitan Orchestra (Sydney), and the University of Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Patrick has also commissioned several new works for solo cello and teaches cello and chamber music at the University of Queensland.

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Spiros Rantos

Spiros was born in Corfu, Greece, grew-up in Athens and pursued his musical studies in Vienna, Austria, with violinists E. Melkus and R. Odnopossoff and composer F. Neumann. He won prizes at the International competitions of Colmar, France and Forte dei Marmi, Italy. From 1964 to 76 he lived in Austria where he was member of the Bruckner Symphony Orchestra, Capella Academica Vienna (an orchestra specializing in original baroque instruments), Musica Antiqua Vienna, the Clemencic Consort, Ensemble XX Century and the Capella St Emeram in Regensburg, Germany. International touring took him to many countries as a soloist, recitalist and chamber musician and he recorded for various labels including Deutsche Grammophon, Harmonia Mundi, Adelcord and Grevillea Records (over 55 records). He is also frequent guest performer and conductor for National Radio and television broadcast companies in Europe, Asia and Australia. Spiros came to Australia in 1976 as a member of the Vienna based chamber music group “Ensemble I”. He taught at the Victorian College of the Arts (76-77 and (86-92), the Melbourne College of Advanced education (86-88), the University of Melbourne (89-95). From 1977-85 he was senior lecturer at the USQ (Toowoomba) and has held a senior lecturer position at the University of Queensland, Brisbane (1996-2008). In the early 80’s he joined B. Chapman to create the “Tonart Productions” which recorded the AMEB syllabuses for several instruments including the violin. In 2002 he recorded the last series (7) for the official AMEB version of the current violin syllabus. He is the founder, artistic director and conductor of the “Rantos Collegium” later renamed to the “Melbourne Chamber Orchestra”. The orchestra has been an integral part of cultural life in Victoria from 1984 to 1996 participating in many major festivals, touring country centers with the Victorian state Opera and presenting its own series in Melbourne and periphery. MCO toured the USA, Europe and East Asia and was invited to participate at all Spoleto festivals during the late 80’s in three continents.

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Spiros Rantos

In 1990-92 Spiros was the musical director of the Melbourne Youth Orchestra and from 1987-97 he was the director of the Chamber strings of Melbourne, a youth training string orchestra, which he conducted on five international tours to Asia, Europe and the USA. He has been a guest conductor of several youth and professional orchestras both in Australia and abroad. He also is a regular adjudicator for orchestral and concerto competitions for state and private schools around Australia. Spiros has commissioned and promoted Australian music around the World in more than 400 performances as a soloist, chamber music player and conductor. He has appeared as soloist with the Melbourne, Tasmanian and Queensland Symphony Orchestras and recently with several regional Queensland and Victorian Orchestras in concertos by Bach, Haydn, Lalo, Chausson, Saint-Saens and Vivaldi The four Seasons. In 2000-1 he toured Indonesia where he started a fusion project with a Balinese Gamelan orchestra. From 2002 onwards he also produced small scale Operas by Mozart, Telemann, Pergolesi and Menotti. He is a regular performer at the Roma Parklands and the Woodford Festivals has been the musical director of the 25 years old Spring Music Festival at Taabinga, Kingaroy, Queensland. In recent years he formed the Brisbane Chamber Orchestra and he has been a regular guest conductor with the Northern Rivers Symphony Orchestra and the Toowoomba Concert Orchestra. In the last few years he also appeared at private concerts on PO Pacific and New Zealand cruises. Many of Spiros’ students are recognised teachers and string program directors in state and private schools around Australia. A large number of his ex students live permanently overseas where they pursue performing careers in London, Vienna, various German cities, Taiwan and Japan. Hellenic Distinction Awards (Melbourne) twice in 1987 and 1990 President of the “Kentro Tehnis” a Greek organisation based in Melbourne encompassing all forms of Performing and Visual Arts. Member of the BEMAC managing committee Paul Harris Fellowship (Toowoomba Rotary Club 1985) P. 25


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S U N D A Y , 1 4 T H J U LY 201 9 9:00AM

BP01 - Solo 6 Years & Under 1. Catherine Kim 2. Emma Wen 3. Jayden Yuan 4. Jeffrey Zhang 5. Angelyn Wei Song 6. Sophia Feng 7. Emma Yoon 8. Xiayang Li 9. Hongming Ren 10. Samuel Wu 11. William Wang 12. Seoyeong Kim 13. Alice Zhao 14. Marcus Huo 15. Lewis Zhu 16. Amber Guo

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BP12 - Baroque 6 Years & Under 1. Jayden Yuan 2. Samuel Wu 3. Catherine Kim 4. Xiayang Li

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BP23 - Classical 6 Years & Under 1. Catherine Kim 2. Jayden Yuan

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

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BP02 - Solo 7 Years 1. Frank Xiuqi Li 2. Jackson Guan 3. Emily Dang 4. Phoenix Siyu Wang 5. Angela Gao 6. Rikki Li 7. Karen Zhong 8. Laura Kim 9. Arthur Kim 10. Liz Hanzhi Tian 11. Min Gyu Kim 12. Annie Gao 13. Felicia Chen 14. Aaron Wang 15. Keana Eddie 16. Benjamin Jiyoo Lee 17. Antares Bai 18. Elena Hsieh 19. Bianca Antonio 20. Dimitri Zou

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______ 15 Minute Break

BP13 - Baroque 7 Years 1. Min Gyu Kim 2. Rikki Li 3. Matthias Chee 4. Bianca Antonio 5. Liz Hanzhi Tian 6. Keana Eddie 7. Tue Anh Nguyen 8. Arthur Kim

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP24 - Classical 7 years 1. Keana Eddie 2. Dimitri Zou 3. Felicia Dai 4. Tue Anh Nguyen 5. Selina Yaxin Zhang 6. Rikki Li 7. Arthur Kim 8. Min Gyu Kim 9. Liz Hanzhi Tian

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


BP44 - Novice Open 1. Dylan Turner 2. Allen Prince Shi 3. Lily Wong 4. Jason Zhang 5. Lucia Kaiying Zhong 6. Lisha Liu 7. Maxwell Gao 8. Ruby Longyue Wang 9. Andre Cotta 10. Sydney Liu

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP35 - Grades Grade 1 1. Kimmy Chen 2.. Esther Han 3. Lucy Collins 4. Helen Wong 5. Dezyre Mulitalo 6. Yannick Cotta 7. Rikki Li 8. Lulu Zhang 9. Jayden Yuan 10. Oliver Lin 11. Andrew D’Souza 12. Keeley Woolcock Egan 13. Alice Zhao 14. Lewis Zhu 15. Jolie Tang

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

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S U N D A Y , 1 4 T H J U LY 201 9 1:00PM

BP34 - Preliminary 1. Emma Yoon 2. Vinara Dissanayake 3. Yepu Li 4. Belinda Mulitalo 5. Pippa Stephensen 6. Jayden Lam 7. Mina Dohuu 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______ BP36 - Grade 2 1. Sophia Feng 2. Annie Gao 3. Yehso Park 4. Hamin Choi 5. Beam Nguyen 6. Keana Eddie 7. Kaiden Doran 8. Lucas Lam 9. XuTing (Ting) Liu 10. Xuanrui Huang 11. Phoenix Siyu Wang 12. Antares Bai 13. David Lin 14. Lynn Chen 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______ BP15 - Baroque 9 Years 1 Angela Li 2 Courtney Leeds 3 Lynn Chen 4 Viet Tue Nguyen 5 Sienna Eddie 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

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BP04 - Solo 9 Years 1. Pengyu Yan 2. Zhaoxuan Feng 3. Viet Tue Nguyen 4. Mira Wang 5. Courtney Leeds 6. Sienna Eddie 7. Eric Zhiping Li 8. Lucas Ma 9. Sanne Zheng 10. Sophia Liu 11. Lucas Lam 12. Lynn Chen 13. Charles Tham 14. Max Elliott

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

S U N D A Y , 1 4 T H J U LY 201 9 3:30PM

BP26 - Classical 9 Years 1. Courtney Leeds 2. Sophia Liu 3. XuTing (Ting) Liu 4. Lynn Chen 5. Reany Hur 6. Sienna Eddie 7. Pengyu Yan

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

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BP38 - Grade 4

1. Maddison Cheng 2. Aaron Wang 3. Howard Zhang 4. Marilyn Li 5. Ardy Brookes 6. Jerry Chenlin Wang 7. Nathan Ho 8. Lucas Huang 9. Mandi Sun 10. Larry Zhang 11. Anshu Petel 12. Ricky Ye 13. Linda Yang 14. Lydia Chen 15. Charles Tham 16. Brayden Huo 17. Rachel Yang 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP39 - Grade 5

1. Terese Pulle 2. Mingxuan Xia 3. Courtney Leeds 4. Sebastian Merrett 5. Danieka Ward 6. Yaya Cheng 7. Peter Chen 8. Tu Anh Pham 9. Eric Zhiping Li 10. Jolina Zhang 11. Chelsea Yu 12. Jadon Chee 13. Bing Yu 14. Chloe Lin 15. Carol Chen 16. Christina Wang 17. Fletcher Leivesley 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______ P. 34


S U N D A Y , 1 4 T H J U LY 201 9 6:30PM

BP40 - Grade 6

1. Jessie Zhang 2. Alex Lay 3. Sophie Morgan MO RNING SESSION 9:00AM 4. Sophia Liu 5. Lawrence Liang 6. Sunny Liu 7. Zhaoxuan Feng 8. Senugi Dissnayake 9. Liz Hanzhi Tian 10. Nikita Waldron 11. Andrew Zhang 12. Mira Wang 13. Estelle Mu Han Hsieh 14. Pengyu Yan

W E D N E S D AY 2 6 S E P T E M B E R 2 0 1 8

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP41 - Grade 7

1. Oliver Tham 2. Hayden Ng 3. Sophie Guan 4. Isabella Oxenbridge 5. Dominic Trevatt 6. Ray Li 7. Melody Chiu 8. Ella Yiwen Chen 9. Emily Zeng 10. Emma Chenyu Wang 11. Georgia Petterson 12. Liam Ward 13. Sauwai Chung 14. Bethany Walsh 15. Chelsea Chern 16. Catherine Xi 17. Joseph Huang 18. Charles Connell 19. Clare Cornwell 20. Dominic Schwantes 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


M O N D A Y , 1 5 T H J U LY 201 9 9:00AM

BP45 - Duets 9 Years & Under

1. Sienna Eddie / Keana Eddie 2. Courtney Leeds / Grace Pan 3. Lillian Chen / Cindy Lin 4. Elena Hsieh / Estelle Mu-Han Hsieh 5. Tue Anh Nguyen / Viet Tue Nguyen 6. Elisa Zhang / Chloe Xinran Liu 7. David Lin / Lynn Chen 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP03 - Solo 8 Years

1. Chelsea Yu 2. Marilyn Li 3. Sophie Morgan 4. Suri Zhou 5. Mandi Sun 6. Henryk Neumann 7. Lulu Zhang 8. Lucas Huang 9. Chloe Xinran Liu 10. Elaina Qiang 11. Grace Zhu 12. Estelle Mu Han Hsieh 13. David Lin 14. Yannick Cotta 15. Vinara Dissanayake 16. Aaron Xu 17. Elisa Zhang 18. Minju Kim 19. Evan Wu 20. Howard Zhang 21. Linda Yang 22. Hamin Choi 23. Maddison Cheng 24. Trudy Chen 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


15 Minute Break

BP14 - Baroque 8 Years 1. Sophie Morgan 2. Marilyn Li 3. Maddison Cheng 4. Estelle Mu Han Hsieh 5. Lulu Zhang 6. Evan Wu 7. Aaron Xu 8. David Lin 9. Grace Zhu

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP25 - Classical 8 Years 1. Yannick Cotta 2. Evan Wu 3. Marilyn Li 4. Chelsea Yu 5. David Lin 6. Howard Zhang 7. Lucas Huang 8. Chloe Xinran Liu 9. Kelly Johnstone 10. Lulu Zhang 11. Jayden Van Aalst 12. Sophie Morgan

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

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M O N D A Y , 1 5 T H J U LY 201 9 1:00PM

BP05 - Solo 10 Years 1. Mingxuan Xia 2. Sebastian Merrett 3. Daniel Antonio 4. Sophie Guan 5. Ethena Qiang 6. Yolanda Wang 7. Beam Nguyen 8. Louis Fan 9. Terese Pulle 10. Wubtai Braga 11. Rio Sato 12. Isabella Oxenbridge 13. Mandy Chenfei Dong 14. Ella Yiwen Chen 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP16 - Baroque 10 Years 1. Nicole Yuan 2. Jadon Chee 3. Louis Fan 4. Daniel Antonio 5. Beam Nguyen 6. Anshu Petel 7. Rio Sato 8. Terese Pulle 9. Isabella Oxenbridge

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP27 - Classical 10 years 1 Devmi Kumbukage 2 Maia Moore 3 Louis Fan 4 Yolanda Wang 5 Daniel Antonio 6 Ella Yiwen Chen 7 Rio Sato 8 Terese Pulle

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______ P. 38


BP37A - Grades Grade 3 1. Maya Dohuu 2. Frank Xiuqi Li 3. Lillian Chen 4. Tamara Knol 5. Felicia Dai 6. Vivian Ma 7. Suri Zhou 8. Iliana Ang 9. Jackson Guan 10. Elena Hsieh 11. Roy Sicmone 12. Trudy Chen 13. Tue Anh Nguyen 14. Abielle Nigella Trompeta

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

M O N D A Y , 1 5 T H J U LY 201 9 3:30PM

BP37B - Grades Grade 3 1. Jessica Ng 2. Rocky Taoshi Liu 3. Sienna Park 4. Renita Ho 5. Lucy Collins 6. Emily Dang 7. Samuel Wu 8. Grace Zhu 9. Sophia Edmiston 10. Evan Wu 11. Mia Dyson 12. Jonathan Zhong 13. Albert Ge 14. Elena Knol 15. Ella Qu

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


BP47 - Duets 17 Years & Under 1. Elena Knol / Tamara Knol

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP42 - Grade 8

1. Carina Weder 2. Sophia Zhuang 3. Viet Tue Nguyen 4. Yolanda Wang 5. Benjamin Li 6. Alex Anderson 7. Isobelle Trevatt 8. Janet Su 9. Mandy Chenfei Dong 10. Elizabeth Lee 11. Louis Fan 12. Hazel Wu 13. Daniel Qiu 14. Kaya Richardson 15. Claire White 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

M O N D A Y , 1 5 T H J U LY 201 9 6:30PM

BP10 - Solo 15 - 16 Years 1. Ruiqi (Richard) Zhong 2. Ben Du 3. Sauwai Chung 4. Isobelle Trevatt 5. Nini Wang 6. Veronica Mason 7. Cocomi Zhu 8. Kai Hagiwara 9. Alex Anderson 10. Akari Komoto 11. Angela Mai 12. Jacob Miu

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______ P. 40


BP50 - Accompaniment 14 - 16 Years 1. Veronica Mason

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP21 - Baroque 15 - 16 Years 1. Angela Mai 2. Akari Komoto 3. Dominic Schwantes 4. Jacob Miu 5. Cocomi Zhu 6. Sauwai Chung 7. Emerly Huang 8. Kai Hagiwara 9. Alex Anderson 10. Nini Wang

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP32 - Classical 15 - 16 Years 1. Dominic Schwantes 2. Angela Mai 3. Alex Anderson 4. Cocomi Zhu 5. Nini Wang 6. Emerly Huang 7. Grace Sun 8. Jacob Miu 9. Akari Komoto

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

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T U E S D A Y , 1 6 T H J U LY 201 9 9:00AM

BP06 - Solo 11 Years 1. Jolina Zhang 2. Lawrence Liang 3. Carol Chen 4. Violet Hill 5. Kelly Liu 6. Jin Nishio 7. Sunny Liu 8. Peter Chen 9. Abielle Nigella Trompeta 10. Jessie Zhang 11. Benjamin Li 12. Claire White 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP17 - Baroque 11 Years 1. Peter Chen 2. Jessie Zhang 3. Kelly Liu 4. Claire White 5. Carol Chen 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP28 - Classical 11 Years 1. Jolina Zhang 2. Kelly Liu 3. Lawrence Liang 4. Catherine Xi 5. Jin Nishio 6. Claire White 7. Jessie Zhang 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

15 Minute Break BP07 - Solo 12 Years 1. Sai Chung Lee 2. Hayden Ng 3. Jessica Moore 4. Oliver Tham 5. Jasmine Hine 6. Elizabeth Lee 7. Nikita Waldron 8. Anita Zhong 9. Lucy Collins 10. Georgia Petterson 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


BP18 Baroque 12 years 1. Eric Deng 2. Elizabeth Lee 3. Hilary He 4. Anita Zhong

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP29 - Classical 12 Years 1 Sai Chung Lee 2 Elizabeth Lee 3 Jasmine Hine 4 Hilary He 5 Nikita Waldron 6 Reagan Hur 7 Georgia Petterson 8 Eric Deng

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

T U E S D A Y , 1 6 T H J U LY 201 9 1:30PM

BP08 - Solo 13 Years 1. Janet Su 2. Victor Huang 3. Sean Xu

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP19 - Baroque 13 years 1. Janet Su 2. Victor Huang 3. Sean Xu

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP30 - Classical 13 years

1. Janet Su 2. Sean Xu 3. Qiyu Hou 4. Hazel Wu

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


BP46 - Duets 13 Years & Under 1. Claire White / Jessie Zhang 2. Yolanda Wang / Victor Huang 3. Georgia Petterson / Sai Chung Lee 4. Daniel Qiu / Tommy Yuan 5. Bianca Antonio / Daniel Antonio 6. April Chen / Annabella Zhang

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP49 - Accompaniment 13 Years & Under 1. Panelo Hsieh 2. Sai Chung Lee 3. Victor Huang 4. Jessica Moore

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

15 Minute Break

T U E S D A Y , 1 6 T H J U LY 201 9 3:30PM

BP09 - Solo 14 Years 1 Sophia Zhuang 2 Kaya Richardson 3 Ruby Nguyen 4 Senugi Dissnayake 5 Victoria Liu 6 Clare Cornwell 7 Nathalie Brown 8 Jiaxuan Yu 9 Esther Xinyan Yu 10 Maxmilion Carr 11 Andrew Zhang

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


BP20 - Baroque 14 Years 1. Nathalie Brown 2. Senugi Dissnayake 3. Esther Xinyan Yu 4. Andrew Zhang 5. Victoria Liu 6. Jiaxuan Yu

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP31 - Classical 14 Years 1 Ruby Nguyen 2 Maxmilion Carr 3 Nathalie Brown 4 Sophia Zhuang 5 Jiaxuan Yu 6 Clare Cornwell

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP43 - Diploma 1 Grace Sun 2 Moyi Dai 3 Cocomi Zhu 4 Nini Wang 5 Jonah Patuto 6 Jiaxuan Yu 7 Victoria Liu 8 Akari Komoto 9 Panelo Hsieh 10 Cody Fang 11 Sai Chung Lee 12 Xin Yi Tang 13 Nina Fan 14 Nathalie Brown 15 Victor Huang

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

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BP11 - Solo Open 1. Moyi Dai 2. Sophie Shan 3. Nina Fan 4. Jonah Patuto 5. Sean Kim

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

T U E S D A Y , 1 6 T H J U LY 201 9 6:30PM

BP52 - Piano Recital Junior 13 Years & Under 1. Sai Chung Lee 2. Max Elliott 3. Sanne Zheng 4. Victor Huang 5. Rikki Li 6. Lucas Ma 7. Sean Xu 8. Jessie Zhang 9. Mandy Chenfei Dong 10. Elizabeth Lee 11. Claire White

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP22 - Baroque Open 1. Jonah Patuto 2. Sophie Shan 3. Moyi Dai

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP33 - Classical Open 1 Jonah Patuto

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______ P. 46


BP53 - Piano Recital Senior 14 - 16 Years 1 Kai Hagiwara 2 Cody Fang 3 Andreis Chan 4 Carina Weder 5 Nini Wang 6 Ruby Nguyen 7 Cocomi Zhu 8 Grace Sun 9 Kaya Richardson

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BP54 - Piano Recital Open 1 Sean Kim 2 Nina Fan 3 Sophie Shan 4 Jonah Patuto

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

S U N D A Y , 1 4 T H J U LY 201 9 9:00AM

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STRINGS

BS02 - Solo 7 Years 1. Serena Kang 2. Timothy Ray 3. Liz Hanzhi Tian 4. Jiyou Park 5. Michael Song 6. Jasmine Oh 7. Jeremy zhang 8. Shen Khor

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

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BS03 - Solo 8 Years 1. Estelle Mu Han Hsieh 2. Max Zhang 3. Ashlee Kim 4. Lucas Ding 5. Elaina Qiang 6. Samuel Halim 7. George Li

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BS04 - Solo 9 Years 1. Hannah Vongsaly 2. Brian Zheng 3. Shuhan Liu 4. Irene Oh 5. Aurora Lin 6. Arosh Muthuthantri 7. Caden Lau 8. Xincheng Wu 9. doanna lei 10. Erica Kim 11. Rafael Martin 12. Chloris Li 13. Ellie Kyoung 14. Mira Wang

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

15 Minute Break

BS12 - Preliminary 1 Ashley Sohn 2 Henryk Neumann

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BS13 - Grade 1

1. Serena Kang 2. Ayeesha Matthews 3. Michael Song 4. Erin Cho 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BS14 - Grade 2

1. Jeremy Zhang 2. Doanna Lei 3. Andy Sowry 4. Devmi Kumbukage 5. Nathan Luo 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


BS05 - Solo 10 Years 1. Matthew Jung 2. Areen Lee 3. Serina Stratton 4. Deenu Kaiunarathna 5. Ho jin Han 6. Ayeesha Matthews 7. Sarbani Maitra 8. Panelo Hsieh 9. Matthew Lee 10. Amy Jiang 11. Ethena Qiang 12. Lauren Downes

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

S U N D A Y , 1 4 T H J U LY 201 9 1:00PM

BS06 - Solo 11 Years 1 Ji Hun Hwang 2 Ellie Comino 3 Lily Song 4 Eric Kim 5 Brooke Shim 6 Elizabeth Lu 7 Junee Kim 8 Tejram Daggubati 9 Joseph Huang 10 Haydn Li 11 Chloe (Yikun) Wang 12 Jolina Zhang 13 Chaewon Seo

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BS07 - Solo 12 Years 1 Elizabeth Lee 2 Michael Zhang 3 Claire Jung 4 Grace Cho 5 Isabelle Huang 6 Melody Chen 7 Michelle Lee 8 Rebecca Kim 9 Emily Ryu 10 Zhaopeng Yu

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


BS08 - Solo 13 Years 1 Jude Lee 2 Karen Hashimoto 3 Sherry Jiang 4 Irene Shim 5 Annabelle Freeman

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

15 Minute Break

BS09 - Solo 14 Years 1 Maia Hagiwara 2 Stirling Hall 3 Alexander Mason 4 Michelle Jeong

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BS15 - Grade 3

1 Roy Sun 2 Mira Wang 3 Ashlee Kim 4 Hannah Vongsaly 5 Ardy Brookes 6 Gabriella Broadbent 7 Roy Sun 8 Lucas Ding 9 Jasmine Oh 10 Sarbani Maitra 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BS16 - Grade 4 1 Erica Kim 2 Irene Oh 3 Aurora Lin 4 Liz Hanzhi Tian

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BS17 - Grade 5

1 Chloris Li 2 Ellie Comino 3 George Li 4 Rafael Martin 5 Chloe (Yikun) Wang 6 Areen Lee 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


S U N D A Y , 1 4 T H J U LY 201 9 6:30PM

BS10 - Solo 15 - 16 Years 1 Angelina Kim 2 Robert Smith 3 Theonie Wang 4 Vivian Toh

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BS18 - Grade 6

1 Brooke Shim 2 Jolina Zhang 3 Ellie Kyoung 4 Melody Chen 5 Annabelle Freeman 6 Aurora Lin 7 Susie Kim 8 Elizabeth Lu 9 Chaewon Seo 10 Matthew Jung 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BS19 - Grade 7

1 Alexander Mason 2 Claire Kong 3 Susie Kim 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BS11 - Solo Open 1 Caitlin Annesley 2 Jaeho Kwon 3 Eden Annesley 4 Robert Smith 5 Ivy Han

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

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M O N D A Y , 1 5 T H J U LY 201 9 9:00AM

BS20 - Grade 8 / Cert 1 Eric Kim 2 Ein Na 3 Caitlin Annesley 4 Michelle Lee 5 Haydn Li 6 Isabelle Huang 7 Ji Hun Hwang 8 Panelo Hsieh 9 Claire Jung 10 Grace Cho 11 Sherry Jiang 12 Lily Song

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

15 Minute Break

BS21 - Diploma 1 Angelina Kim 2 Ivy Han 3 Robert Smith 4 Eden Annesley 5 Seo Jin Hong 6 Theonie Wang 7 Caitlin Emslie 8 Vivian Toh

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BS25 - Strings Recital Open 1 Anna Suzuki 2 Noah Lynch 3 Robert Smith

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

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M O N D A Y , 1 5 T H J U LY 201 9 1:00PM

BS23 - Strings Recital Jnr 13 Years & Under 1 Elizabeth Lu 2 Ivy Han 3 Ellie Kyoung 4 Anna Suzuki 5 Michael Zhang 6 Karen Hashimoto 7 Leo Lynch 8 Grace Cho 9 Sydelle ZHANG 10 Isabelle Huang 11 Lucas Ding 12 Eric Kim 13 Lily Song 14 Jude Lee 15 Michelle Lee 16 Elizabeth Lee 17 Ein Na

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

15 Minute Break

BS24 - Strings Recital Snr 14 - 16 Years 1 Angelina Kim 2 Theonie Wang 3 Vivian Toh 4 Michelle Jeong 5 Arissa Geissler

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

T U E S D A Y , 1 6 T H J U LY 201 9 9:00AM

| WOODWIND AND BRASS

BWB04 - Preliminary, Gr 1 & Gr 2 1. Edith Barber 2. Ava Barber 3. Chris Kim 4. Sarbani Maitra 5. Sharon Chan 6. Charlotte Smith

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______ P. 53


BWB05, Grade 3 and Four 1 Adele Mitchell 2 Mia Stephensen 3 Hannah Ryu 4 Eunchae Hwang 5 Aarya Patel

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BWB01 - Solo 12 Years & Under 1 Daniel Laine 2 Hao Yue Fang 3 Lily Stephensen 4 Edith Barber 5 Sarbani Maitra 6 Deeptangsu Maitra 7 Ava Barber 8 Ji Woong Kang 9 William Lewis 10 Adele Mitchell 11 Hariott Woolcock Egan

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

15 Minute Break

BWB08 - Jazz/ Contemporary 12 Years & Under 1 Deeptangsu Maitra 2 Adele Mitchell 3 Edith Barber 4 Ava Barber 5 Sarbani Maitra 6 Daniel Laine

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BWB02 - Solo 13 to 14 years 1 Annabelle Freeman 2 Bo Min Kang 3 Nathan Kim 4 Tristan Pofandt 5 Huiqing Jiang 6 Seihyun Jin

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BWB09 - Jazz/ Contemporary 13 - 14 Years 1 Nathan Kim 2 Tristan Pofandt 3 Huiqing Jiang

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


BWB06, Grade 5, 6 and 7 1 Daniel Laine 2 Josephine Daniel 3 Hao Yue Fang 4 Tristan Pofandt 5 Annabelle Freeman 6 Seihyun Jin

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

T U E S D A Y , 1 6 T H J U LY 201 9 1:30PM

BWB03 - Solo 15 Years & Over 1 Chloe Lai 2 Aaryn Wong 3 Tina Marui-Chen 4 Timothy Clark 5 Josephine Daniel

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BWB10 - Jazz/ Contemporary 15 Years & Over 1 Tina Marui-Chen

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BWB07 - Diploma 1. Huiqing Jiang 2. Chloe Lai 3. Tina Marui-Chen 4. Nathan Kim

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

W E D N E S D A Y , 1 7 T H J U LY 201 9 9:00PM

BC01 - Piano Trio 13 years & over 1 Trio Florentina 2 Canterbury College Trio Bellissimo

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BC19 - Woodwind Trio 13 years & under 1 Trio Mignon

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______


BC03 - Piano Trio 16 to 17 Years 1. Canterbury College ARTISTrio

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BC04 - piano Quartel 13 years 7 Under 1. Canterbury College Piano Quartet

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BC13 - Strings Quartel 13 Years & Under 1. Canterbury College Junior String Quartet 2. John Paul College Intermezzo Quartet

1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BC14 - Strings Quartel 14 - 15 Years

1. Canterbury College Middle String Quartet 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

BC15 - Strings Quartel 16 - 17 Years

1. Canterbury College Senior String Quartet 1st _________ 2nd _________ 3rd ________ HC _______

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THE BRISBANE EISTEDDFOD DANCE SOLOS_FA_19 SEPT


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