Aaron Chew has been awarded the Fellowship of Music Australia (FMUSA), the highest and most prestigious award offered by the Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB). Candidates are required to present a full recital programme of at least 80-minutes music content from memory (excluding 21st century works). For his program, Aaron performed: Sitsky's Sonata No.4 "The Sufi Path", Chaconne in D Minor by Bach/Busoni, Sonata in B flat Minor, Nocturne in C Minor and Ballade No.1 in G minor by Chopin.
Aaron recently won the 2017 Whitworth-Roach Competition and was awarded $10,000 in prize money. Congratulations from all ANU School of Music staff and students.