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Profile | Pianist & Vocalist: Frances Madden

Frances captivates her audiences with her genuinely warm stage presence together with a voice and style that is uniquely her own.

Profile | Harpsichord: Neal Peres Da Costa

Neal Peres Da Costa specialises in performance on historical keyboard instruments of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. He lectures at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in the Musicology and Keyboard units and is Chair of the Early Music Unit. After graduating from the University of Sydney with first class honours B.Mus., Neal attained a…

Profile | Pianist: Sonya Lifschitz

A sought after soloist, chamber musician, and pedagogue, Sonya’s interests are increasingly growing in the direction of aesthetic diversification in respect to performance practices and concert culture in Australia. In recent years she has commissioned and premiered numerous large-scale works including Kate Neal’s piano concerto Particle Zoo II premiered in 2010 at Princeton University (USA)…

Profile | Pianist: Chris Cartner

Chris Cartner was still a teenager when he was appointed Organ Scholar at Rochester Cathedral in the UK. He went on to graduate in classical piano performance at Trinity College of Music in London, before completing his training under the expert guidance of concert pianist Professor Matthijs Verschoor at the Amsterdam Conservatoire in Holland. After…

Profile | Pianist: Kathy Selby

Hailed by the Australian press as a ‘formidable talent’ and most recently, ‘Australia’s pre-eminent chamber music pianist’, Miss Selby is the Artistic Director of both the popular nationally touring Selby & Friends concert series and the A Little Lunch Music series at Sydney’s City Recital Hall Angel Place. She was recently honoured with being appointed…

Profile | Pianist: Kristian Chong

His competition successes include the Symphony Australia Young Performers Award (keyboard) and the Australian National Piano Award. Concerto highlights have included Rachmaninoff 3rd with the Sydney Symphony, the Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a theme by Paganini in Beijing, and Britten with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. Recent concerto highlights include Beethoven’s 2nd with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra,…

Profile | Pianist: Brieley Cutting

Brieley is a pianist, student and piano teacher as well as being Artistic Director of DeClassified Music. She was also Artistic Director of the Commercial Road Chamber Music Series (2011/12), the precursor to DeClassified Music. During the week, Brieley can be found in New Farm practicing for some upcoming concert and working towards her Doctorate…

Profile | Harpsichord: Diana Weston

Diana Weston is a musician and doctor living in Sydney. Since gaining her Masters in Music in 2008 with a study of harpsichord continuo styles, she has been involved with many musical activities and projects including festivals and concerts, operas and recitals. She is the director of the ensemble Thoroughbass which she formed in 2009.…

Profile | Pianist: Simon Tedeschi

Simon Tedeschi is quite often described by respected critics and musical peers as “one of the finest artists in the world” making the young pianist’s mark on music both undeniable and admirable. Renowned especially for championing non standard repertoire, Tedeschi enjoys a full international performing career. With a successful career already secured at age 27,…

Profile | Harpsichord, Organ & Piano: Donald Nicolson

Harpsichordist, organist and pianist, Donald Nicolson is quickly establishing himself as an important part of the young Antipodean Early Music movement. Donald undertook postgraduate studies at the Royal Conservatorium in the Hague, the Netherlands studying under Ton Koopman and Tini Mathot, focussing especially on the interpretation of the 16th Century English Virginal music and the…

Monika Kornel

Monika performs regularly as both soloist and continuo player with a number of well known ensembles and orchestras including the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Willoughby Orchestra, SBS Orchestra, the St Laurence Baroque Orchestra, Marais Project, Salut!Baroque.

Sally Whitwell

Antipodean creative Sally Whitwell is a pianist, composer, conductor and educator whose primary purpose is to Keep Classical Music Friendly. She’s equally happy performing solo recitals on concert platforms as she is playing rhythmic clapping games with rooms full of eight year olds. She and her partner Glennda live happily behind their shopfront studio in…

Grace Kim

Australian pianist Grace Kim is active as a soloist, chamber musician, and teacher. She has performed with the major symphony orchestras of Australia, Belgium, Turkey, Russia and Ukraine, and won numerous prizes in various national and international competitions. Grace has performed in major concert halls such as Het Concertgebouw, and De Doelen. Many of her…

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