Music Brings Us Together
The Voice of AOJI is one of the most anticipated international student events.
What is it?
Voice of AOJI is a musical competition for students who are from NSW, VIC, QLD and SA. The event has been commented as a wonderful and thoughtful musical event by a couple of public characters such as consul, musician, pianist, universities and schools. On May 20th, 2019, The Voice of AOJI will be held in the world-famous Sydney Opera House, and the top musicians in Australia will be the judges of this competition. As a student community event, we do also encourage local students and international students to join and gain a chance to perform at one of the world class stages. The selection panel will be chaired by the top musician in Australia include Mr Harrison Craig (Young Australia Singer and the winner of the Voice Australia); Mr Clemens Leske (Australia distinguished pianist); Ms Barbara Jin (Sydney Opera House signed opera singer).
The deadline for the selection round has been extended to Tuesday 26th March 2019. Finalist will be announced to the public on 22 April 2019, and the final competition will be hosted at Sydney Opera House!
Consul, Professional musicians, Pianists, Representatives of government university and school, Parents and Teachers
Special Guests and Judges
Mr. Harrison Craig (Young Australian Singer and the winner of Voice Australia 2013)
Harrison is regarded as “One of Australia’s national treasures”-by seal, international multiple awards musician, British singer & song writer
Mr. Clemens Leske (Australia distinguished pianist)
As a senior lecturer at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Mr. Leske has won numerous prizes and awards, including the ABC Young Performer of the Year, the David Paul Landa Memorial Scholarship (Australia), and the Hattori Award (London).
Ms. Barbara Jin (Sydney Opera House signed opera singer)
Barbara recently working with Swiss Soprano Noëmi Nadelmann and Nicole Dorigo. And now she is in contract with Opera Australia as principal. Her operatic credits have included Dorabella in Cosí fan tutte, Cenerentola in Rossini’s La Cenerentola, Nicklaus in Les Contes D’Hoffmann and so on.
For more information, visit the official website and view the event poster below.