Courtenay Cleary to study at Juilliard

Tait Awardee, Courtenay Cleary, Violin (2017) is a graduate of the University of Queensland and Australian National Academy of Music. She is about to finish her under-graduate degree at the Royal Academy of Music and is to give public recitals at: Angela Burgess Recital Hall, Royal Academy of Music, Marylebone Road, NW1 5HT Courtenay Cleary…

Tait Awards 2016

The Tait Memorial Trust is pleased to be assisting these fine young Australian artists in 2016. The Tait Adopt a Performer scheme The adopt a performer scheme allows a donor to directly support a young Australian performing artist annually for a three-year commitment. Please click here to learn how to actively involve yourself in the career development of…

Sally Law, violin – Tait Scholar 2016

We are delighted to announce that, Sally Law, a young violinist from Queensland, has been selected as the 2016 Tait Scholar at the Royal College of Music. The Tait Scholar Award is funded by the family of Julian Baring, and is one of our flagship scholarships for young Australians. The adopt a performer scheme allows…

Australia Piano Quartet to play at Wigmore Hall

AUSTRALIA PIANO QUARTET (Rebecca Chan, violin; Daniel de Borah, piano; Thomas Rann, cello; James Wannan, viola) Thursday 15 September 2016 at 1:00PM Programme: MOZART: Piano Quartet in E flat K.452 (after Quintet for piano & winds) BRAHMS: Piano Quartet in C minor Op. 60 ‘Intellectually and musically vigorous’ – Sydney Morning Herald ‘Chamber playing of…

Anna O'Brien, Violinist – The Tait Chamber Orchestra

Canberra-born Australian violinist, Anna O’Brien, is a recent Masters graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music and is now pursuing a diverse career as a freelance orchestral and chamber musician. She has completed young artist professional development programs with the Manchester Camerata, the Britten-Pears Foundation and the Sydney Symphony, and performs regularly with her…

Ruthless Jabiru to perform London tribute to Maralinga

Australian Conductor, Kelly Lovelady was awarded the prestigious 2013 Julian Baring Award from the Tait Memorial Trust. The Trust are delighted to support Kelly and the orchestra which she created, Ruthless Jabiru, London’s all Australian Chamber Orchestra. The article below was posted on 12 August, 2013 by Kelly Lovelady on the Ruthless Jabiru website Ruthless Jabiru is…