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Southern

Cross

Soloists

EXCELLENCE IN
AUSTRALIAN
CHAMBER
MUSIC

Ensemble in residence at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Southern Cross Soloists are a chamber ensemble comprising of leading Australian musicians, educators and entrepreneurs who in the past two decades have established an outstanding reputation for musical excellence. 

 

We breathe fresh life into classical repertoire, offering an array of familiar classics and world premieres. Southern Cross Soloists have cultivated Australian musical identity through our innovative performances and collaborations with virtuoso musicians from around the world. The Soloists have helped set the benchmark for Australian chamber music through a reputation for artistic excellence with a constantly evolving repertoire and intimate performance style.

In 2020 we are celebrating our 25th anniversary of music-making as an ensemble.

Breathing fresh life into
classical repertoire
OUR 25 YEAR HISTORY >>
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We breathe fresh life into classical repertoire, offering an array of familiar classics and world premieres. Southern Cross Soloists have cultivated Australian musical identity through our innovative performances and collaborations with virtuoso musicians from around the world. The Soloists have helped set the benchmark for Australian chamber music through a reputation for artistic excellence with a constantly evolving repertoire and intimate performance style.

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Under the guidance of the Southern Cross Soloists, the Next Gen Artists are a collective of young musicians on the cusp of their professional careers in Australia. With no formal pathway to take music graduates to their professional careers, the SXS aim to share our collective expertise with these young artists across the year, providing performance opportunities, helping to raise their local profile and gain vital skills needed as a portfolio musician.

Next Gen News

Artists

Next Gen @ Kenmore

Alumni

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2019

Jemima Drews, flute

Katya Willett, flute

Helena Wang, violin 

Ann Carew, violin

Rollin Zhao, violin

Liam Mallinson, viola

Rory Smith, cello

Daniel Chiou, cello

Caleb Salizzo, piano

2018

Clare Cooney, violin

Eliza Scott, violin

Rebekah Hall, violin

Kate Worley, viola/violin

Michael Gibson, cello

Raechel Suh, cello

Cassie Slater, flute

Lilly Yang, flute

Jess Hort, clarinet

Annie Larsen, clarinet

Jarrad Linke, clarinet

Melanie Simpson, French horn

Oscar Wong, piano

Hana Hart, piano

Tijana Kozarcic, harp

2017

Phoebe Masel, violin

Claire Weatherhead, violin

May Bardsley, viola

Hannah Harley, cello

Anna Coe, flute

Annie Larsen, clarinet

John Rotar, composition

2016

Helena Wang, violin

Matilda Watkins, violin

Sariah Xu, viola

Georgia Shine, cello

Next Gen @ Kenmore

3 Concerts, 9 Artists

180 Minutes of Music

This three-concert series is at the heart of the Next Gen Artists Program – young musicians joining forces to play the music they love.

Kenmore Churches of Christ

41 Brookfield Road

Kenmore QLD 4069

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As the central activity of the Next Gen Artists Program, Next Gen @ Kenmore is a three-concert series in partnership with the Churches of Christ in Brisbane's Western suburb of Kenmore. Three Sunday afternoon concerts across the year will see the Next Gen artists curate and perform in this exciting self-managed project where artists are handed real-world responsibilities.

 

As well as a unique performance opportunity, it is an ideal platform for the Next Gen artists to learn arts administration and event management skills as a step towards self-managing their own music careers.

Concert #1

Sunday May 10, 3pm

 

Concert #2

Sunday May 10, 3pm

Concert #3

Sunday May 10, 3pm

 

 

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