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Chrissia embarked on her musical journey by learning the piano at the age of 5, and the violin at the age of 6. Currently, she stands as both a skilled violinist and an accompanist. Her academic achievements include obtaining her Associate Diploma (ATCL) in Piano from Trinity College London in 2016. Two years later, she achieved her Bachelor of Music (Hons.) from UCSI University, Malaysia under the guidance of Liu Jian, the former Concertmaster of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra.


Chrissia's musical talents have graced several esteemed platforms. She has been an integral part of the UCSI University Symphony Orchestra and the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Orchestra. During her study at UCSI, she had the privilege of participating in a Chamber Music Masterclass led by the Orfeo Trio from Kansas, USA. Her musical aptitude led her to perform in the UCSI Chamber Music Ensemble Concerts of both 2016 and 2018. Notably, she was also a member of the UCSI String Quintet, contributing to the Classical Harmonic Art concert directed by Ho Chee Kin in 2018.


In pursuit of higher education, Chrissia relocated to Sydney in 2019 to embark on a Master's degree at the Australian Institute of Music. Under the tutelage of Matt Bruce, she continued to refine her musical skills. Her dedication and hard work were exemplified when her final research project secured the prestigious AIM Postgraduate Research Prize in 2021.


Since her arrival in Australia, Chrissia's musical journey has taken on new heights. She has graced the stages of various ensembles including the Sydney Concert Orchestra, AIM Chamber Ensemble, Balmain Sinfonia, Eastern Sydney Chamber Orchestra, and Voces Caelestium. Her talents also extend to theatrical productions, including the musical "Ladies in Black" at the Genesian Theatre, and operas such as "Dido and Aeneas", "La Serva Padrona”, and “Elixir of Love”.

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