Past Student of St John’s Performs at the Royal Commonwealth Service
Special congratulations to past student of St John’s and violinist, Courtenay Cleary who recently performed beautifully at the Royal Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey for the Royal Family.
Commonwealth Day (Monday 13 March 2017) provides an opportunity for the Commonwealth’s 52 member states to come together and celebrate its values and diversity.
To preview the video of Courtenay Cleary’s performance please click here.
Courtenay is currently at the Royal Academy of Music in London, on a full tuition scholarship, studying with Maureen Smith. In addition to her studies, she is a member of the Patronus Quartet and has also performed in many master classes with respected artists, some of which include The Australian Chamber Orchestra and The Aurora Orchestra.
Courtenay continues to perform with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra Victoria and is a member of the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra.
We are extremely proud of Courtenay Cleary’s achievement and wish her all of the best for her future.
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