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Chilli Hiu Lam Lo

Chilli Lo

        Chilli Hiu Lam Lo Born in Hong Kong, Chilli Lo started learning piano at age 4 and clarinet at age 8. During high school, she achieved the Trinity College London ATCL Clarinet Diploma under the supervision of May Lam. Since 2007, Chilli has been a member of the Hong Kong Young Musicians Wind Orchestra, and was the concert-mistress during 2010-2013.
       Chilli studied the Associate Degree in Music Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University in 2011, major with an emphasis in Clarinet with teacher Martin Choy.
    In 2013, she moved to the Netherlands for her undergraduate study at Het Utrechts Conservatorium. She graduated the degree with honours under the guidance of Harrie Troquet in August 2017. She has played as a soloist with the Utrecht Conservatory Symphony Orchestra, performed C.M.v. Weber Clarinet Concerto no. 1. She was the member of VU Orkest in season 2014 - 2015 and has performed in De Philharmonie Haarlem, Dr Anton Philipszaal Den Haag and Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam.
Participating in numerous groups, Chilli has been performing in music festivals and competitions in different countries, including Hong Kong, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Hungary, Taiwan, etc. She has also played in masterclasses given by Martin Choy, Olivier Patey, Nicolas Cox, Nuno Pinto, Antonio Fraioli and David Howard.
       In September 2017, Chilli received the Gillian and Freddie Martin Award and is currently studying as a postgraduate on Performance (Orchestral Artistry Clarinet) at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in the United Kingdom with the guidance of Andrew Marriner, Andrew Webster, Jennifer McLaren (E-flat Clarinet) and Robert Ault (Bass Clarinet). She has performed with the Guildhall Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Vassily Sinaisky, Ben Gernon and Roberto Gonzalez-Monjas. Chilli has also formed a Clarinet Quartet named the Lakeside Clarinet Quartet with three other students from the Guildhall School. She performs regularly at school and public.
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