Bachelor of Music (The University of Melbourne)
Eliza Sdraulig is a final year Bachelor of Music (Honours) student at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Victorian Government’s 2013 Creative Scholarship (Outstanding Undergraduate) for the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Peg Oldfield Prize for Excellence in Performance, Corinna D’Hage String Scholarship, Ronald William Caporn Prize and the Lilo Nassau Cello Scholarship.
An avid chamber and orchestral musician, Eliza has performed in numerous ensembles and orchestras for organisations such as the Australian Youth Orchestra, Victorian Opera and Melbourne Youth Music. In 2014 she was a member of the Elgin String Quartet, which was selected to perform as Emerging Artists at the 2014 Mimir Chamber Music Festival in Fort Worth, Texas. Eliza’s recent performances include as a Rising Stars soloist at the 2015 Melbourne Cello Festival and as an Emerging Artist at the 2015 Mimir Chamber Music Festival, Melbourne. She performs regularly with pianist Hoang Pham and violinist Anna Da Silva Chen, recently presenting both Mendelssohn Piano Trios to a sold out audience at the Melbourne Recital Centre.
Eliza was selected for the 2016 Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Fellowship and the Australian Youth Orchestra International Tour. She performs as a casual musician with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and will appear as a concerto soloist with the University of Melbourne Symphony Orchestra in August.
These details were last updated on June 28, 2016