Mya has been studying the piano for 14 years and the cello for 11 years. She began learning piano at the Queensland Young Conservatorium at the age of 5 under renowned pianist Angela Turner and cello at age 8 under the tutelage of esteemed cellist Mei-Lee Stocker. Mya graduated from All Hallows' School in 2018, and within that time, she became a five-time recipient of the St Celine Memorial Trophy- an award given to the highest achiever in the school's inter-school music eisteddfod. She is a prize winner of the Queensland Piano Competition and she was chosen with her piano duet partner to represent the Queensland Young Conservatorium in the Australian Piano Duo Festival Finale Concert in 2016. She was the Associate Principal Cellist of the Queensland Youth Orchestra Junior String Ensemble at 10 years old (2011) and accepted into Queensland Youth Orchestra 3 the following two years. Mya was also the Principal Cellist of the Queensland Young Conservatorium String Orchestra and Symphony Orchestra from 2017-2018, and Principal Cellist of the Queensland Young Conservatorium Chamber Ensemble in 2017. She has been granted a distinction for both her Certificate of Music (CMusA) in cello and her Associate of Music (AMusA) in piano. Mya was also accepted into the Manhattan School of Music Summer School in New York City (2018). Afterwards, she was offered a four-pronged scholarship to study a double-major in cello and piano by the University of Queensland (2018) and is now studying a Bachelor of Music majoring in Cello at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music.
Currently in his third year at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, Sebastien is studying viola under the tutelage of Michele Walsh. A music-lover from the very start, Sebastien began on piano before taking on the challenge of learning viola in his early years of primary school. He has played with Queensland Youth Orchestras since 2014, and is currently enjoying working with the Queensland Youth Symphony, making music with others and exploring a wide variety of repertoire. He has engaged in many different chamber ensembles and orchestral projects including the Australian Youth Orchestra's National Music Camp in 2019 and 2021, MOST in 2015 and 2017 and the Voices of Birralee.
As a very passionate and enthusiastic teacher, Sebastien offers piano and viola lessons to beginner, intermediate and advanced students. He is very keen to be teaching with Treble Notes!
Rosie has been studying and teaching for many years. First starting on viola at age 9, Rosie has completed AMEB exams up to and including grade 8, has a wide range of performance experience from eisteddfods since age 12, and has been passionately teaching for the past 4 years. Rosie has also been learning piano since she was 12 years old, and has completed AMEB grade 7, and has been teaching beginner piano for the past year. Now studying at the Queensland Conservatorium in her first year, Rosie is an energetic and knowledgable teacher who loves to watch students embark on their own music journey.
Ashleigh began studying the violin at 8 years old and has been a participant in various orchestras including Queensland Youth Orchestra, a world-class orchestra based in Brisbane, the Young Conservatorium program in the String Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra and the Symphony Orchestra, the senior string quartet and the most advanced level ensemble at All Hallows’ School. She has also been invited to participate in masterclasses and concerts by renowned violinists hosted by the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. Ashleigh has had a broad musical background which includes studying piano from the age of 4. She has obtained many medals and trophies for winning various competitions including both the Beenleigh and Brisbane Eisteddfods and All Hallows’ School Arts Festival for a number of years. In the future, Ashleigh hopes to continue to build her passion for music through teaching others her love for both the violin and piano.
Chloe is a piano teacher studying at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. She has been studying the piano for 12 years and has completed her Grade 8 in Piano as well as Grade 4 in Theory with the Australian Music Examinations Board. In 2017, Chloe performed at a number of locations around New York City, such as the World One Observatory, and in 2019, Chloe was a finalist of the Noosa Piano Awards. Chloe has been teaching piano for 4 years, and is always looking for ways to pass her passion onto her students.