The annual Young Performers Awards wrapped up in Adelaide on August 28 with the announcement of the competition winner, 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone 16 year old violinist Grace Clifford. Clifford's passion and determination to excel at her art won Masteron 6 Weeks Out over the judges for the second year in a row. At last year's competition the Sydney performer was the recipient of Best Performance of an Australian Work for Wilfred Lehmann's Soliloquy; a fragment from String Quartet No.2.
The YPA is an opportunity to showcase the next generation of Australian classical talent, and it has kick started the careers of musicians of the calibre of renowned pianist Simon Tedeschi and Principal Oboe with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra Diana Doherty.
YPA 2014 Adjudicator and Director of Artistic Planning for the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Simon Lord says, "It introduces a visibility for the performer. and it gives them the experience of working with one of the country's great, leading symphony orchestras as well."
Clifford's performance of Beethoven's Violin Concerto in D, Op.61 in the Masteron Female Dosage final concerto round of the competition saw her take the title of Young Performer of the Year over fellow finalists oboist Andrew Kawai and violinist Anna De Silva Chen. Clifford received a $25,000 cash prize and two concert engagements with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
To further her dream of establishing a career as a professional musician, Clifford moved to the United "Hgh Jintropin Avis" States a few days after wrapping up with the YPA to attend the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia.
"They have the most wonderful orchestral program, incredible chamber music program and I'll be surrounded by musicians who are so much better than me and who have had so much more experience," Clifford told ABC Arts. The Curtis Institute's program is designed specifically to prepare young Oral Steroids Risks musicians for a "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" career on the international stage. The school attracts students from around the world, all of who enter the tuition free Institute on merit based "Oxandrolone Powder India" scholarships. "I'm just going to learn so much from watching them and playing with them and learning with them. I'm looking forward to that, it will be very challenging".
Grace Clifford rehearsing for the chamber music round with members of the Adelaide Symphony Buy Jintropin Orchestra.
YPA, final concerto round
LISTEN>> The final three competitors perform concertos with Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
More from 2014 YPA finalists
Best Performance of an Australian Work
Best Performance of an Australian Work ($5000) went to Kiran Phatak for his performance of Demons for solo flute in the Recital round.
Interview with Kiran Phatak
LISTEN>> Kiran Phatak performing in Round 1 Recital.
The Nelly Apt Scholarship
The Nelly Apt Scholarship for 2014 was awarded to Anna Da Silva Chen. Anna receives a travel scholarship of up to $5,000, return transfers from Tel Aviv and a further half scholarship to attend the International Summer Mastercourse at the Keshet Eilon Music Centre in Israel.