SAD NEWS | Australian Violinist & Conductor John Curro Has Died – Aged 86 [RIP]

Australian violinist, violist and conductor John Curro has handed away – aged 86.

Mr Curro can be remembered for his immense dedication to the event of excellent younger string gamers in Australia – having based the Queensland Youth Orchestra, in Brisbane, Australia in 1966 and the Australian Nationwide Youth Concerto Competitors, in 1976.

Extensively thought to be essentially the most important improvement prize for Australian string soloists 17 years and youthful, earlier Nationwide Youth Live performance Competitors 1st prize winners embrace Tchaikovsky Competitors prize winner, violinist Jane Peters; Australian Chamber Orchestra Inventive Director and Chief, Richard Tognetti; Stuttgart Radio Symphony 1st Concertmaster, Natalie Chee; worldwide cello soloists Li Wei Qin and Clancy Newman; Menuhin and Queen Elisabeth Worldwide Violin Competitions 1st Prize Winner, VC Artist Ray Chen – and Michael Hill Worldwide Violin Competitors 1st Prize Winner, VC Artist Suyeon Kang.

“There are particular folks in a single’s life who’ve a deeply profound and lasting influence … it’s virtually unfathomable to check a life with out them … John Curro is most actually a type of folks to me …” Melbourne Symphony Concertmaster and Australian String Quartet Violinist, Dale Bartrop has right this moment stated.

“He was certainly amongst my biggest musical mentors … the numerous hours I spent as a teen within the Queensland Youth Orchestra, making music beneath his steering, would instill in me a lifelong love of music …” he he stated.

“I be a part of the hundreds of others in thanking you John for the whole lot you’ve got carried out for music on this nation … what a light-weight you’ve got shone for all of us.”

Our condolences are with Mr Curro’s household, associates, colleagues and college students.

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