• Most Respected Classical Music Platform
  • #classicalForever
(Photo credit: Pia Johnson)

Australian Violinist Harry Egerton Wins Joyce Campbell Lloyd Scholarship

The young Queensland violinist will receive $20,000 towards further study following his performance of concerti by Mozart and Prokofiev


Administered by Queensland's Griffith University, the Joyce Campbell Lloyd Scholarship carries a value of $20,000 AUD, to be spent on further study for the recipient.

The scholarship is awarded to a current student or recent alumnus of Griffith's Conservatorium. Candidates must provide detailed plans for their proposed path of study, as well as perform in a live selection concert at the Ian Hanger Recital Hall.

Once awarded, the scholarship is then divided into smaller individual payments, to be spent on tuition fees, travel expenses, and the living costs associated with overseas study.

A native of Toowomba, Queensland, scholarship recipient Harry Egerton recently completed his undergraduate degree at Griffith University. He received seven scholarships during his time there, and also performed as a casual player with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra and Ensemble Cherubim. He is currently studying with Dr. Robin Wilson at the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM).

"Congratulations to ANAM first year student Harry Egerton for winning the $20,000 Joyce Campbell Lloyd scholarship, held at the Queensland Conservatorium, with his performance of Mozart and Prokofiev concerti," wrote Wilson on social media.

"Great to see your progress this year, Harry!" he added.

upcoming events

july 2024

16julAll Day27Johann Sebastian Bach International Cello & Baroque Cello Competition(All Day) Thomaskirche Leipzig, Thomaskirchhof, Thomaskirchhof 18, 04109 Leipzig, GermanyEvent Type :competitions Event TagsBaroque Cello Competition,Cello Competition,Johann Sebastian Bach International Cello CompetitionFOLLOW


Get ALL our latest conveniently by EMAIL

Our newsletter is trusted by over 100,000+ industry professionals around the world

We deliver news straight to your inbox and will never share your data.
You'll never miss a beat!

click left click right