Achievements at Inspire

At Inspire, our students perform on stage and in venues throughout the community. Many have achieved a high level of mastery and we are so proud of them. Here are some of the recent achievements of Inspire students.

Young Recitalist Competition Winner

Congratulations to our piano student, Joshua Hart. He was a competition winner in the Young Recitalist Competition sponsored by the Fremont Symphony Orchestra. Winners of the Young Recitalist Competition were presented in concert.

Joshua also accompanied several of our vocal students on the piano at the June Recital. Well done!

Certificate of Merit

Congratulations to our piano student, Nick Cheng and his teacher, Chiyoko Terada. Nick has passed Certificate of Merit, Level Seven.

Sanvi Gupta

Congratulations to Sanvi for winning the Award for Original Musical Composition from San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs. The theme of the contest was "Believe, Dream, Inspire!"

Royal Conservatory Music Development Program Exams

Congratulations to our piano students: Carrie Ng, Nick Maslennikov, Jared Tay, and Leland Zhang. They have all passed the Basic Rudiments Royal Conservatory Music Development Program Theory exam with top marks. Carrie also passed the Intermediate Rudiments exam with top marks.

Congratulations to our violin students: Mallika Pajjuri and Emily Lim passed their Royal Conservatory of Music Development Program violin assessments with honors.

Akash Wason

Akash auditioned and was selected to play an orphan boy in the musical production "Oliver!" performed at the Bankhead Theatre in Livermore.

Jared Tay

Jared has won the first chair in the Strings Band in both 6th and 7th grades at Hart Middle School in Pleasanton.

Jessie Cheng

Jessie was admitted to the Manhattan School of Music in New York.

Joey Zhu

Joey was the prize winner for the U.S. Open Music Competition.

Nia Lewis

Nia has been admitted to the prestigious Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts (SOTA). She will enter as a sophomore. Nia is pictured here with her voice teacher, Sarah Franklin.

Olivia Howe

Olivia was selected to sing the national anthem at the Little league World Series Tournaments in Livermore. Photo courtesy of Jon Byous.

Sean Kim

Sean was the prize winner for the U.S. Open Music Competition.


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