Paul Cheung - Sunday 7 April @ 2pm Sutherland Arts Centre To book
Paul has won prizes at a variety of competitions and eisteddfods. Recently, he has performed a number of concerti including Rachmaninoff’s 2nd (NSWYO), Beethoven’s “Emperor” (NSSO), and will perform Liszt’s 1st (WPO). He has also performed the Mozart three-piano concerto with the Sydney Symphony, as well as the Beethoven triple concerto (Anna da Silva Chen, Vincent Lo, NSWYO).
He has given solo recitals across Australia and New Zealand. Paul is also in high demand as a chamber pianist and accompanist, having won the inaugural David Miller award. He is a casual staff member with the Sydney Conservatorium of Music (collaborative piano), an Associate Artist for the Rising Stars program, and an official accompanist for the Sydney Eisteddfod. He has performed a wide range of ensemble repertoire, often playing with musicians from the ACO, SSO, SSO fellowship, momentum ensemble, and AYO.
Aside from piano-playing, Paul is also interested in mathematics. In 2008, he was a silver medallist at the International Mathematical Olympiad in Madrid. In mid 2012, he was awarded a Bachelor of Science (advanced mathematics), with first class honours and the university medal, majoring in pure maths.