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Raechel Suh

General Details

Bachelor of Music Queensland Conservatorium of Music 2016 - 2018, Queensland Conservatorium Piatti Prize Winner 2018, C-Mus Certificate of Performance AMEB 2013, Australian Youth Orchestra 2016-2018, Queensland Youth Orchestra 2015

Raechel is now accepting cello students for 2018.

CONTACT
ph: 041 042 5353
email: raechelsuh@gmail.com

Biography:
Raechel Suh began playing the cello at the age of 11 and has since earned her reputation one of the most talented young musicians of her generation. She currently studies at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University with esteemed cellist and pedagogue, Dr. Meta Weiss. She was awarded first prize of the 2017 Queensland Conservatorium Piatti Prize and was a semi-finalist in the 2017 Gisborne International Music Competition. Her sound has been described as “rich and focused” and her interpretations “innately musical”. In July she will make her concerto debut, performing Shostakovich’s Cello Concerto No. 1 with the Queensland Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra and Peter Luff.

Raechel Suh is a member of prize-winning ensembles Hazelwood String Quartet and the Asha-Mae Piano Trio. She has also performed as the principal cellist of the Queensland Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra, Australian Youth Orchestra National Music Camp and Young Symphonists, and MOST Music Camp (2013). In 2016, she was selected to go on tour with The Australian Youth Orchestra where they performed in prestigious venous across the world including The Concertgebouw, The Sydney Opera House, and The Beijing National Centre for Performing Arts. Raechel Suh has been selected to participate in the 2018 Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Fellowships.

She is passionate about cello pedagogy and enjoys teaching in her own expanding cello studio.

These details were last updated on August 4, 2018