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Jasmine Farghaly

Jasmine was born in Perth, Western Australia. She started learning piano in 2010 at the age of 7 at Yoon Sen Lee Music School. She was first under the tutelage of Mrs Ivy Chan and soon after came under the teaching of Mr Yoon Sen Lee. By 2013, she achieved a High Distinction in her Grade 6 exam. Jasmine also learned violin from 2007 to 2016. In 2013, she received a scholarship to learn double bass. In 2015, she was awarded a music scholarship at Penrhos College for piano.  She participated in many choirs, orchestras, bands and productions at school. She was also the Penrhos Junior School Music captain in 2014, and in secondary school, she won the Penrhos Music Eisteddfod multiple times.

Aside from winning many prizes at local competitions, in 2014 Jasmine won the gold medal at the International Young Gifted Musicians Festival "Passion of Music 2014" in New York, a second prize at the American Protege International Piano and Strings Competition in New York and a second and third prize at the Golden Key Music Festival in New York, performing at Carnegie Hall and Jazz at Lincoln Centre. In the same year, she performed in Vienna and was featured in the West Australian newspaper. 

In 2015, 2017 and 2020 she won gold medals at the Grand Prize Virtuoso International Music Competition and performed in Paris and Salzburg. In 2020, she was invited to perform at the Beethoven House in Germany in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th Birthday. Jasmine also received her Certificate of Performance in 2015 and completed her Grade 6 Musicianship exam in 2019.

In 2017 at age 14, Jasmine obtained her ATCL Diploma in Music Performance from Trinity College London and in 2019 at age 16 she obtained her LTCL Diploma in Music Performance with Distinction from Trinity College London.

Jasmine graduated in 2020 and now plans to study Psychology at the University of Western Australia and will be pursuing a career as a clinical psychologist. She really enjoys piano performance and the study of music and will continue to do so throughout her years at the university.

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