(Violin, Music Theory)
Accento Music School (located 2 minutes walking distance from Ashfield railway station), focuses on fostering the individual’s ability in music learning. At Accento Music School, we believe that the development of creative skills at all ages is vital for personal development and expression. The different capabilities that our students learn under our tuition will prove valuable throughout their lives.
Born in Sydney, Cindy Chau was five when she first began to play the violin. She graduated MLC school Burwood, where she had a full music scholarship. Since 2007 had been fortunate enough to be studying under Robin Wilson and Charmian Gadd.
At eleven years of age Cindy was awarded her Amus, and at thirteen her Lmus with distinction. She has won many of her eisteddfod entries, the most notable being the Wenkart Foundation Junior Violin Award aged twelve, and more recently the Marcus Edwards Prize.
She has been placed previously as a 2MBS-FM Young Performers Awards semifinalist which gave her the prestigious opportunity for an hour long broadcast, twice previously as a semi-finalist in the ABC Young Performers Awards, and was a finalist in the Kendall National Violin Competition. As a soloist she has performed with the Ku-Ring-Gai Philharmonic Orchestra twice as a concerto competition finalist. Cindy was appointed the 2012 leader of the MLC orchestra and chamber orchestra.
Aside from playing the violin Cindy’s other passions include literature of the pre 20th-centuries, and studying physics. Cindy has decided to study a combined science and medicine degree at the University of Sydney.