Adam McMillan
showed an intense passion for classical music from a very young age. He began piano lessons at the age of four and successfully auditioned for lessons with Oleg Stepanov at the Young Conservatorium in Brisbane at the age of nine.  Adam decided early on that he wanted a career as a musician.

Adam has won numerous awards for piano performance at local eisteddfods and has always achieved excellent results in his AMEB examinations. In 2010 he was awarded his Licentiate Diploma in piano with distinction. For the past two years Adam won the prestigious Brisbane Boys’ College annual Concerto Competition and was invited to perform at the 2010 College Speech Night.
After completing his schooling, Adam commenced a Bachelor of Music at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Griffith University in 2011 where he has been awarded a Sir Samuel Griffith Scholarship. He continues to study piano with concert pianist Jenni Flemming, his teacher for the past five years.

Elizabeth Hubbard
is a gifted and accomplished Australian classical cellist, highly skilled in all areas of classical music from solo to chamber and orchestral. She is currently 18 years old and in the final six months of a Bachelor of Music degree in Advanced Solo Cello Performance at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music Griffith University where she was accepted into full time study in 2011 at the age of 15 years. 
Elizabeth has won many awards for performance in cello and piano.  She received her Associate Diploma in Piano in 2008 at the age of thirteen and her Licentiate Diploma in Cello in 2010 from the Australian Music Examinations Board at just fifteen.  Elizabeth was one of the youngest accepted participants in the Australian Youth Orchestra’s National Music Camp in 2010 and again in 2011.
Elizabeth studied piano with Angela Turner and cello with Professor Markus Stocker at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music until his retirement at the end of 2013. She is now studying cello with David Lale, Principal Cello Queensland Symphony Orchestra.