ROSLNZ Alumni
ROSLNZ Alumni

Aurelian Piano TrioAurelian Piano Trio

April Ju, violin
Matthias Balzat, cello
Delvin Lin, piano
2016 Winner Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship

Tasman Duo

Lauren Bennett, violin
Bradley Wood, pianoROSL EMAIL 101
2015 Winner Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship

 

 

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Catherine Kwak, cello
Jacky Siu, cello
Sam Lucas, cello
Alexander Arai-Swale, cello
2014 Winner Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship

 

The Trinity TrioPettman ROSL 2013 winners 2

Sally Kim, cello
Stella Kim, violin
Tina Kim, piano
2013 Winner Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship

Rothko String QuartetRothko String Quartet

Olivia Francis, violin
Emily Bouwhuis, violin
Alex MacDonald, viola
Cameron Stuart, cello
2012 Winner Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship


Benjamin BakerBenjamin Baker, violin

2012 finalist ROSL Music Competition, London
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Estrella QuartetEstrella Quartet

Somi Kim, piano
Gemma Lee, piano
Judy Lee, piano
Cindy Tsao, piano
2011 Winner Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship


Lazarus String QuartetLazarus String Quartet

Emma Yoon, violin
Julianne Song, violin
Lindsay McLay, viola
Alice Gott, cello
2010 Winner Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship

http://www.lazarusstringquartet.com/


Todd Stratton

2009 Winner of the ROSL Visual Arts Scholarship


Madeleine PierardMadeleine Pierard, soprano

2009 finalist ROSL Music Competition, London
“Here was a star, not just in the making, but made. In the strange artificiality of Handelian belcanto, she brought an electrifying dramatic sense, utter security, agility and brilliance.” – Lindis Taylor, NZ Dec 2008
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Leonari TrioLeonari Trio

Maria Mo, piano
Hilary Hayes, violin
Edward King, cello
2009 Winner Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship


Duo GiocosoDuo Giocoso

Helen Bevin, viola
Rafaella Garlick-Grice, piano
2008 Winner Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship


Joanna Langford

2007 Winner of the ROSL Visual Arts Scholarship


Trio ScintillatumTrio Scintillatum

John-Paul Muir, piano
Amalia Hall, violin
Sophie Williams, cello
2007 Winner Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship


Antipodes QuartetAntipodes Quartet

Sophie Bird, violin
Christobel Lin, violin
Nicholas Hancox, viola
Sarah Dobbs, cello
2006 Winner Pettman/ROSL ARTS Chamber Music Scholarship


Nicholas Twist

2005 Joint-winner of the ROSL Visual Arts Scholarship


Daisy Jackson

2005 Joint-winner of the ROSL Visual Arts Scholarship


Wendy Dawn Thompson, mezzo soprano  Wendy Thompson

2003 finalist ROSL Music Competition, London
2005 Cardiff Singer of the World finalist
website


Natalia Lomeiko, violin

Natalia Lomeiko

Photo credit: Sasha Gusov

Born in Russia presently residing in London
2000 finalist ROSL Music Competition, London
Paganini Competition Winner
An international career as a celebrated soloist and chamber musician of the highest calibre
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Anna LeeseAnna Leese, soprano

2004 finalist ROSL Music Competition
“…the loveliness of her presence and of her art is indeed beyond compare. She shines like a flawless jewel, polished and ready to be placed in whatever crown the fares have prepared for her.” – The Tribune, March 2007
“I have rarely seen a substitute seize her chance more exuberantly. With her diamond-clear voice and natural comic timing she seemed born to play this part. Leese is one potential star in the making.” – The Times, Oct 2006
website


Matt CouperMatt Couper

2003 Joint-winner of the ROSL Visual Arts Scholarship
website


Jason HicksJason Hicks

2003 Joint-winner of the ROSL Visual Arts Scholarship


Heather Straka

2001 Winner of the ROSL Visual Arts Scholarship


Jonathan Fa'afetai LemaluJonathan Fa’afetai Lemalu, bass-baritone

2000 Winner of ROSL Music Competition, London
Booked years in advance for the most prestigious European and American concert halls and with a 3 year recording contract with EMI Classics, Jonathan’s talent is drawing the spotlight on a world stage.
“A major new singing talent destined for greatness.” – Gramaphone
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Todd Narbey

1999 Winner of the ROSL Visual Arts Scholarship