2008 Master of Music Performance Degree, 2009 Winner of Geelong Advertiser Music Competition, 2006 Winner of Kendall National Violin Competition, 2006 Guest Concertmaster of West Australian Symphony Orchestra, 2005 E.V Lewellyn Memorial Award, 2004 Winner of Gisborne International Music Competition, 2002-05 Australian National Academy of Music Scholarship Student, 1999 L.Mus.A Distinction, 2010-16 Casual violinist Malaysia Philharmonic Orchestra, 2007-16 Casual violinist Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, 2005-2016 Casual violinist Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, 2010-16 Casual violinist Melbourne Chamber Orchestra, 2006-09 Casual violinist Australian Chamber Orchestra
A former pupil of John Harding and Alice Waten, Jennen Ngiau-Keng is a graduate from the Australian National Academy of Music. He performs on a Graham Caldersmith violin & Matthew Coltman bow, both of which were awarded to him. He has performed over fifty concertos as soloist with orchestras in Australia and abroad.
Since leading the Australian Youth Orchestra in 2007, Jennen has led the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, Christchurch Symphony Orchestra and Vic Opera Orchestra. He has toured with the Australian Chamber Orchestra and lectured at The University of Melbourne and Monash University.
Jennen performs regularly with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra.
These details were last updated on May 20, 2016