Top 20 Violinist celebrities in Australia
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Violinist celebrities [Updated May 29, 2022].
Richard Tognetti was born
on August 4, 1965
In 1999, he was awarded the title of National Living Treasure in Australia.
Eddy Chen was born
on March 23, 1993
in Brisbane, Australia.
YouTuber known as one-half of the channel TwoSetViolin with Brett Yang. The musical duo went viral creating comedy videos parodying the life of a classical musician and have since earned more than 2.4 million subscribers. He also has a self-titled YouTube channel where he has built a following posting violin lessons and more.
He has served as a soloist with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra and was previously the concertmaster at Queensland Conservatorium Opera Orchestra.
Brett Yang was born
on March 2, 1992
Australian violinist who is known for playing in the duo TwoSetViolin with Eddy Chen. He is also known for his association with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
He is known for being awarded the Brisbane Club Scholarship at the Queensland Conservatorium.
Adele Anthony was born
on October 1, 1970
Acclaimed Australian-born violinist. She recorded and performed pieces by such composers as Philip Glass, Jean Sibelius, and Arvo Part.
She trained as a violinist at both the University of Adelaide and the Juilliard School.
Alma Moodie was born
on September 12, 1898
Famous in Germany during the third and fourth decades of the twentieth century, this Australian-born violinist is remembered for her interpretations of the work of Hans Pfitzner, Eduard Erdmann, and Johannes Brahms.
She taught at Frankfurt's Hoch Conservatory.