Bmus Honours (first class), Usyd, 2015.
Chloe Chung is currently studying a Masters of Music degree at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, having recently graduated from her Bachelors of Music (Performance) with first class honours, an Australian Postgraduate Award, and the Corrina Taylor Memorial Prize for highest performance marks in her year. Studying classical flute under the tutelage of James Kortum, she is a dedicated chamber musician & soloist. Highlights of her past year included performing the Mozart Concerto in D with the North Sydney Symphony Orchestra and a flute summer intensive course with Emily Beynon in the Blue mountains, Australia.
In 2015, she was awarded second place in the Australian Classical Youth Competition as well as the Young Virtuosi competition held by Fine Music 102.5. In 2014, her wind quintet took part in the Conservatorium’s inaugural Estivo Chamber Music School in Verona, where they performed at venues throughout Verona as well as Venice. During her undergraduate study, Chloe performed with the Con Symphony Orchestra, Wind Symphony and Modern Music Ensemble. She also played at the Australian Youth Orchestra National Music Camp 2015, and was co-principal flute of Sydney Youth Orchestras from 2011-2013. Her past flute teachers at both the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and the Sydney Conservatorium high School include Aldo Baerton, Alison Mitchell, Alexa Still, and Jocelyn Fazzone. In tandem with flute performance, her research area for Masters study specialises in the performance of the traditional Chinese flute, dizi, in contemporary times. This ongoing performance study has taken her to Melbourne, Singapore, & the Shanghai Conservatory to study with various dizi specialists, notably Dr. Chai Changning, Dong Qiu Ming and Professor Zhan Yongming.
Chloe was a tutor and member of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music’s Chinese Music Ensemble from August 2016-2017.
Aside from performing, Chloe she is undertaking the teacher-training course at the Sydney Alexander technique School as a part-time trainee.
These details were last updated on April 5, 2018