Chai Jie Low
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Chai Jie is a pianist, researcher and music tutor at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. She spends most of her time between Melbourne and Brisbane as an avid soloist, teacher, and repetiteur. Chai Jie is a keen concert-goer, enjoys performing and listening to a diverse range of genres, particularly music from the Romantic era. Away from the piano, she is an arts administrator and transcriber.

Review: Multi-sensory Rapture with ACO

Australian Chamber Orchestra: Rapture and Revolution  ACO StudioCasts Feb 2021 The Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) launched its inaugural 2021 digital season of StudioCasts with Rapture and Revolution, a unique and immersive multi-sensory concert experience. While the ACO has long been…

CD Review: Inventi Ensemble | Musical Storytelling at its Finest

Between the Melbourne lockdowns of 2020, Inventi Ensemble were hard at work recording their second and third albums over three days, producing a vibrant and innovative collection of musical masterpieces. Women of the Earth Their new album, Women of the…

Melbourne to have 16-hour music marathon for firefighters

Forty established and emerging musicians from Sydney and Melbourne will unite to perform a 16-hour Music Marathon, to raise funds for the Country Fire Authority (CFA). The concert will feature a spectacular program of solo, duo and chamber music in…

With their Classical Masters program, the Melbourne Musicians proved themselves to be masters of Classical

The Melbourne Musicians concert at MLC’s James Tatoulis Auditorium showcased an outstanding line up of local talents in a unique concerto extravaganza. Led by Artistic Director, Frank U. Pam, the chamber orchestra is laudable in its focus on providing a…

A Menagerie of Musical Delights: Evergreen Ensemble’s Baroque Birds and Beasts

Evergreen Ensemble’s evening performance in the beautiful, intimate setting of the Melbourne Recital Centre’s Primrose Potter Salon was both an aural and visual treat. In a program of early music and Scottish tunes which rarely surface in the modern music…