Some of my top students have been doing incredibly well lately, so I wanted to acknowledge their achievements.
Brijette Tubb has recently achieved a High Distinction in her Semester 1 Masters Recital at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. Her playing was exquisite beyond belief, and I’m incredibly proud of her. Here is part of her recital, where she played the 4th movement from Cesar Franck’s Sonata for Flute and Piano (arr.):
Shortly after, Brijette participated in the Michael Cox Flute Course in Adelaide, and several people commented on how beautifully she played there.
Zoe Wright has been accepted into the SHEP (State Honours Ensemble) programme again this year. Corinne Edgeworth played 2nd flute at the MOST concert for Musically Outstanding Students from Education Queensland State High School programmes. I heard a lot of very positive feedback about the concert. Corinne and Zoe are both doing extremely well in their school music recitals, so congratulations to them both on a fantastic year of flute playing, again!
I’d like to also congratulate my former student Clara Wells, who has just been registered as a school music teacher in Queensland. I first taught Clara when she was a very young girl at John Paul College, and then later, as a student at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. So proud of you Clara!!