Melbourne Conservatorium Announces Two New Faculty Members
The Melbourne Conservatorium has announced the appointment of violist Wenhong Luo and cellist Richard Narroway to its teaching faculty
The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music in Melbourne, Australia has this week announced the appointment of violist Wenhong Luo and cellist Richard Narroway to its teaching faculty.
A graduate of the Beijing Central Conservatory of Music, London's Royal Academy of Music and the New England Conservatory, Wenhong is a former prize winner at the Lionel Tertis and Johannes Brahms International Violin Competitions.
A graduate of The Juilliard School and North Western University's Bienen School of Music, Richard is a former prize winner at the Beijing International Cello Competition and the Stulberg International String Competition.
"Melbourne has a lot going on musically and culturally, so I can't wait to be part of the musical and art scene here ... and I'm really looking forward to working with all my amazing colleagues and students at the Conservatorium," Wenhong has this week said.
"What a tremendous honour to be joining this vibrant arts community in Melbourne, with its wealth of exceptional artists and students ... I am particularly excited to have the opportunity to share all the knowledge and wonderful insights of my beloved pedagogues with this next generation of young artists," Richard has this week said.