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Jade Park


Jade Park started Trumpet at the age of 3 and is 12 years old. She is a Full Music Scholarship student at MLC School in Sydney and also studies Trumpet and Oboe on scholarship at the Open Academy at Sydney Conservatorium of Music (Rising Star Program) since 2018 until present. She has a Diploma Associate in Music, Australia (A Mus A) in Trumpet from the Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB, 2018).

She has won several major international awards in competitions such as International Trumpet Guild (ITG) Conferences in Miami in 2019 (Youth Competition and Ken Larson Scholarship) and in San Antonio in 2018 (Bill Pfund Scholarship). She was awarded 2020 ITG Young Artist Award. Recently in November 2019, Jade won the first prize in the Golden Classical Music Awards International Competition in Brass section and performed in Carnegie Hall, New York. In December 2018, she was awarded the First Prize and Exceptional Young Talent Prize by Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition and was invited to perform her piece on the Trumpet in their Award Ceremony in Rome. Earlier in the year, she was named the Artist of the Year for 2018 and won the First Prize winner in Great Composers Competitions Series in Masters of Winds Concerto and The Music of Eastern Europe.

In Australia, Jade has been regularly competing in eisteddfods since she was five and awarded countless awards, medals and trophies. In 2019, she was the only brass player to have won first prizes in all Brass sections for all age divisions (u12, u15 and u19) in 2019 Sydney Eisteddfod, and therefore was invited to play at the Sydney Eisteddfod Alf & Pearl Pollard Memorial Instrumental Awards for Performance Excellence (in 2018 and 2019). Other eisteddfods she has won scores of first prizes include Ryde Eisteddfod (also winning Edna Wilde Award for Outstanding Instrument Soloist), Northern Beaches Eisteddfod (Junior Brass Champion for two consecutive years, 2018-2019), Bathurst Eisteddfod, Penrith Eisteddfod, Orange Eisteddfod, Kempsey Eisteddfod, and Wollongong Eisteddfod. She has also won numerous first prizes in Woodwind sections in the above eisteddfods playing the Oboe.

As well as performing as soloist, she also enjoys playing with ensembles and orchestras such as playing with her school ensemble groups and the symphony orchestra, and gets often invited to play with other orchestras. In February 2019, she was invited to play in Voces: Caelestium 6th Annual Charity Concert at Willoughby Concourse, Sydney in which supports the Doctors without Borders. She was also selected to play with the Australian Youth Orchestra in 2020 program in the Australia’s capital, Canberra.







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