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Each year, following our Concerto Competition and Chamber Music Competition, we award prizes to the winners of these competitions, as well as awards that recognise the outstanding achievements of our musicians over the course of this year. Below is our full list of ANAM prize winners for 2017.

ADFAS Yarra Prize for Outstanding Program in a Solo Recital
Jonathan Békés (NSW) cello (for his program on 13 November, “Unknown, Well-Known, Homegrown”)
Eliza Shephard (NSW) flute (for her program on 31 October, “Creatures of the Night”)

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Brett & Paul Dean Prize for Outstanding Performance of an Australian Work in a Recital
Tiffany Cheng (NSW) violin (for her performance of the Julian Yu’s Passacaglia After Biber for solo violin)

Ursula Hoff Institute Prize for Most Outstanding Performance in a Solo Recital
Lily Higson-Spence (QLD) violin (for outstanding performances of Beethoven’s Violin Concerto and Vaughan Williams’ Lark Ascending in her recital)

Ursula Hoff Institute Prize for Outstanding Performance of a Mozart Piano Work
Berta Brozgul (VIC) piano (for her performance of the Mozart Piano Sonata K.576)

St Silas ANAM Achievement Award
Samuel Beagley (VIC) trumpet

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ANAM Volunteer’s Prize
Eliza Shephard (NSW) flute

ANAM Directors’ Prize
Jonathan Békés (NSW) cello

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First Prize, ANAM Concerto Competition
Alexander Arai-Swale (NZ) bass

Audience Choice Award, ANAM Concerto Competition
Alexander Arai-Swale (NZ) bass

First Prize, ANAM Chamber Music Competition
Clarendon Trio:
Berta Brozgul (VIC) piano
Jonathan Békés (NSW) cello
Riley Skevington (WA) violin

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Second Prize, ANAM Chamber Music Competition
Musica Viva Chamber Music Award
Partridge String Quartet:
William Huxtable (WA) violin
Mana Ohashi (VIC) violin
Eunise Cheng (WA) viola
Daniel Smith (QLD) cello

Third Prize, ANAM Chamber Music Competition
Australian Youth Orchestra Award
Edesia Quartet:
Kyla Matsuura-Miller (QLD) violin
Tiffany Cheng (NSW) violin
Mariette Reefman (NSW) viola
Caleb Wong (NSW) cello

 

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