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Léanore Gillet


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Léanore Gillet

Léanore has a passion for music and believes that music can change the world. She started learning piano at the age of four with Ms. Yoko Sawai in Canada and then with Ms. Nada Brissenden in Australia. She was selected in the Rising Star program at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music by audition since she was six, and has been learning piano with Ms. Grace Kim since. She has won many awards in domestic and international competitions, including first prize in the New Talent Festival, Play Bach International Online Piano Competition, International Music Festival in Paris, Bellagrande International Music Competition and Sydney Eisteddfod, Platinum Prize in PicaSchubert International Music & Art Competition, Gold Prize in Singapore International Music Competition, Second Prize and Chopin Waltz Award in the Chopin Avenue International Piano Competition and was awarded Dorothy Cook Trophy: Most outstanding Pianist 10 years and under by the St George Instrumental Eisteddfod. She regularly performs at the Rising Star concerts at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and has been invited to perform in Winners' Solo Concerts at Warsaw Philarmonic and Pszczyna Castel in Poland, the Royal Academy of Music in London, and the St George Instrumental Eisteddfod award ceremony in Sydney. Léanore also plays viola and loves swimming, Taekwondo, reading, writing and travelling.

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