MusiciansAngelina Kim

A young vibrant violist, Angelina Kim infuses the stage with energy and passion. Her dedication and love for storytelling through music has opened doors to perform and collaborate both nationally and internationally.

As an avid chamber musician, Angelina is a member of the Tarilindy String Quartet. Their collective passion for chamber music allowed them to represent the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University at Musical Chairs Festival in Montreal in 2022, take first place in the 4MBS Ross Peters Chamber Music Competition and further collaborate with renowned musicians such as William Barton, Katie Noonan and ASQ. In 2023, the quartet participated in AYO Chamber Players where they had the opportunity to showcase beautiful chamber music through the guidance of Sophie Rowell in Primrose Potter Salon at the Melbourne Recital Hall. Outside of quartet, Angelina was Ensemble Q Featured Young Artist 2023, working with some of the nation’s foremost musicians.

While studying for her Bachelor degree at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, Angelina was the recipient of the FW and EG Harmer Memorial Scholarship. She has also received prizes for the John Curro Viola Prize in 2022 and Basil Jones Sonata Prize in 2023. Recently, she had the pleasure of performing one of her favourite viola concertos, Bartok Viola Concerto with the Queensland Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra.

Angelina has loved every moment spent at AYO programs, creating music with fellow musicians and drawing inspiration from renowned conductors. Recently, she has toured with the Queensland Youth Orchestra with performances in Singapore, Austria and Germany.

Angelina commences her studies at the Australian National Academy (ANAM) in 2024 studying with Caroline Henbest.

Away from the stage, Angelina loves hanging out with family and friends, watching true crime documentaries and eating delicious food.

Angelina is supported by ANAM Syndicate donors Vicki and Lawrence Jacks, Michael Schwarz and David Clouston, Lee Ann Connor

Photo by Pia Johnson

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