Alumnus Jenna Sung wins at Grand Prize Virtuoso CompetitionWed 9 March 2016
The talented Trinity Laban pianist takes 2nd prize in the chamber music category of the international Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition.
The Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition is an international performance competition open to all ages and nationalities. Its aim is to offer gifted players career development opportunities that help them to progress as musicians. All winners benefit from a professional photoshoot and a diploma. Outstanding candidates are nominated to give concerts at high-profile venues.
Jenna Sung and her duo partner Merel Vercammen (violin) have been selected to perform at the Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition awards ceremony in the Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall on 29 March.
Before graduating from Trinity Laban in 2014 with a Postgraduate Advanced Diploma, Jenna Sung studied piano with professors Deniz Gelenbe and Gabriele Baldocci.
To learn more about Trinity Laban’s Postgraduate Artist Diploma programme please visit the Trinity Laban website: https://www.trinitylaban.ac.uk/study/music/postgraduate-advanced-diploma
For more information and ticket booking for the Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition Awards Ceremony please go to the Royal Albert Hall website: http://www.royalalberthall.com/tickets/events/2016/grand-prize-virtuoso-awards-ceremony/