Ray Chen was born in Taiwan but when he was several months old his
parents moved to Brisbane where he grew up.
In 2009, Ray won the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Music Competition in
Some attractions and forthcoming events related to Ray Chen:
Ray Chen performs Tchaikovsky
Symphony Orchestra conducted by Simone Young
with Ray Chen
It’s only fitting that Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto is performed by Australian violinist Ray Chen who rose to international fame performing this piece in the Queen Elisabeth Competition just over 10 years ago.
Inspiring just as much passion is Dvořák’s New World Symphony. A striking blend of his typical Bohemian style and African American influences, Dvořák’s symphony remains a universal favourite - even taken along with Neil Armstrong on his journey to the moon.