Alex is a Jazz pianist based in Adelaide.
At the age of 18, Australian singer/songwriter/pianist Sarah Reeve started touring the world with her original soul/blues/pop music. During that time, she has released an album & single to chart success, received international radio play & TV syncing and she has performed in front of crowds as big as 50'000 and live TV audiences as large as 9 million.Go to link
Helen Huang is the recipient of numerous piano awards at the McDonald's Sydney Eisteddfod and Ryde Eisteddfod. At the age of 15, she was awarded her Licentiate Diploma in Music (LMusA). Helen continued to achieve perfect scores in all her performances for the Higher School Certificate, receiving two Encore nominations for both piano performance and original composition.Go to link
Aaron Blakey is a Jazz pianist originally from Auckland, New Zealand.
Joe is a Pianist of tremendous versatility who has performed throughout Australia and abroad. With extensive performing experience, Joe performs music that spans the centuries and many genres. Whether it’s a Chopin Nocturne, a Duke Ellington tune, or a Beatle’s classic, Joe is sure to impress. Joe is currently completing his Honours year of the Bachelor of Music Performance degree at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
Casper Tromp graduated in jazz piano at the Conservatorium of Amsterdam in 2012. He is currently based in Sydney.
Emily Chu is a classically-trained pianist and music teacher born and raised in Vancouver, BC, and based in Sydney, Australia. She was enrolled in the Evening Division Program at the Juilliard School of Music and studied with Dr. Julie Jordan and Liz Huang. She has studied music previously with Winfried Rompf and Edward Parker at the British Columbia Conservatory of Music in Burnaby, BC. Emily has been playing the piano for over 20 years and has been teaching music for over 15 years.Go to link
Sophia Cai received two scholarships throughout her study for bachelor and master degrees at Sydney Conservatorium of Music, under the tutelage of Nikolai Evrov, chamber music under Gerard Willems and Dr Bernadette Harvey.Sophia immensely enjoys teaching. She understands and accomodates the student's interests, and has experience teaching with the NSW music syllabus or for pleasure, and teaching aural skills and theory training. Her students have shown commendable results.
Lilli Naulu was born in Sydney, and is a graduate of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, graduating with her Bachelor of Music majoring in piano performance in 1998. She studied piano at the conservatorium with Stephanie McCallum as well as piano accompaniment with David Miller. In her final year of study she was awarded the Mollie Neale Memorial Award for her excellence in piano accompaniment.Go to link
Melody Lin graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with Bachelors of Music (Education). She has been teaching the piano for over 7 years and has a passion to teach not only the piano but also music theory, aural, composition, improvisation, digital music making, group performance skills, and conducting. She has had success helping students advance through the exams of AMEB and ABRSM.Go to link
Florence Le is currently studying at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music completing a Bachelor of Music Education. Florence graduated from the Conservatorium High School, and has studied under the tutelage of Dr. Katie Zhukov and currently, with Alexandra Vinokurov.Go to link
Jason Jiang (BmusHons) started playing piano since he was 10, and since 2005 have been studying with internationally renowned pianist Nikolay Evrov at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.Go to link
Heyland Cheung has been training in classical piano technique from a young age, starting with the Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s Open Academy program, establishing early foundations in music technique and theory. From there, Heyland has been progressing through AMEB’s Pianoforte program, finishing his Associate Diploma (AMusA) in Piano in 2013.Heyland also has had experience performing in the younger levels of eisteddfods around South West Sydney, including the St. George Eisteddfod.
Joseph Yeo began playing the piano at the age of 8 and has since gained 10 years of experience performing in competitions and eisteddfods. Joseph also has over 5 years of experience teaching piano privately. In 2010 and 2011, Joseph was awarded a scholarship to the Rising Stars Academy program at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music where he studied under Dr Paul Rickard Ford. Joseph has been awarded numerous prizes and championships from various institutions.