Alex Griffiths and Sinae Sung

London born flautist Alex Griffiths began studying at the Royal Welsh College of Music, learning predominantly with Sarah Newbold. During her studies, she reached the final of the concerto competition, and founded the award-winning Vesta Trio, with whom she also performed for Live Music Now Wales. Alex then completed a Masters’ degree at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, in association with the LSO, studying with Gareth Davies, Philippa Davies, Ian Clarke, and Christopher Green. She has enjoyed a varied freelance performing career, playing with London Symphony Orchestra, Parallax Orchestra with Alter Bridge and Bring me the Horizon, and also with Gifford’s Circus.

Sinae Sung is a South-Korean pianist, who is currently pursuing Doctor of Performance (DPerf) degree course at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Prior to this, Sinae graduated with a Masters of Music (MMus) and Artistic Diploma (ArtDip) from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She previously studied at the Gachon University in Korea and graduated with top honours of classical instrument department (Bachelor of Music).

She possesses a wonderful technique and is a compelling interpreter in a wide range of styles. She is keen in both Romantic and Classical period music and pursues technical and emotional features in her music. She is a wonderful pianist and exciting soloist, as well as a delicate and sensitive accompanist in her collaboration with other musicians. She is an active chamber musician and has worked with singers, piano duos, trios, and is currently part of a piano quartet. She has had numerous performances in Paju, Seong-nam, Aberdeen, Glasgow and London.

Alex and Sinae have recently collaborated as part of an exciting new duo and are looking forward to being a part of Live Music Now Scotland and reaching audiences across the country.

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