During that period Eujin also undertook compositional studies with Stephen Whittington and voice with Robert Dawe OAM.
Upon the completion of his Bachelor of Music, Eujin moved to Victoria in order to study with Dr. Donna Coleman and Professor Ronald Farren-Price for his Honours and Masters degree.
As a member of the Accompanist Guild of South Australia Eujin is actively involved in the art of accompanying and specialises in the art of Lieder, Chanson and English Art Songs.
This also translates extremely well for him in the sphere of chamber music upon which his trio, the Brandenburger Trio won the coveted first prize at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Chamber Music Competition in 2012. He was recently awarded the Madeline Orr Scholarship in 2018 for excellence in his piano studies.
Karla Hanna began learning the violin at the age of three and has had the privilege of studying under Helge Thelen, Elizabeth Sellars, Wilma Smith and Bill Hennessy. In 2017 she completed 3 years at The Australian National Academy of Music where she studied under Dr Robin Wilson and Sophie Rowell.
Karla was Concertmaster of the Melbourne Youth Orchestra in 2014 and the Australian Youth Orchestra in 2017. She has completed fellowships and performs with the Melbourne, Adelaide and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras, Orchestra Victoria and the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra, the Australian World Orchestra.
Her awards include winning the Frankston Symphony (2018) and Preston Symphony Orchestra Youth Concerto Competition (2013), recipient of the Llewelyn Memorial Fund Travel and Study (2019), Musica Viva Prize in ANAM’s Chamber music competition (2016). She was a finalist in MYM’s Virtuosity Competition, Melbourne Recital Centre’s Bach Competition, the Great Romantics Competition and The Hephzibah Menuhin Memorial Awards. As a soloist and chamber musician she performed with the Percy Grainger Youth Orchestra and the Partridge String Quartet.
Possessing a highly versatile musical voice, Belinda regularly performs as a soloist and chamber musician often collaborating with emerging Australian contemporary composers.
Since graduating from the University of Melbourne in 2011 where she studied with Rachel Atkinson, Belinda has been an avid performer as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral player. In 2014 she founded the Daphnis Trio. The ensemble performed regularly throughout Melbourne and regional Victoria, showcasing works of contemporary Australian composers including numerous world premieres, as well as great classic works for piano trio. In 2019 the ensemble re-launched as the Daphnis Ensemble as a collaborative project that will feature fellow Melbourne musicians performing a range of ensembles from duos to piano quintets.
Since 2017 Belinda has been a regular member of Ensemble Goldentree - a collaborative project dedicated to the cultivation of engaging experiences with new and rarely performed works. She has also regularly performed as principal cellist with orchestras including the Australian & Australaisian Orchestra, Orchestre Nouveau and the Hopkins Sinfonia.