Tina Algeri was born in Perth, Western Australia and is 17 years of age. She is currently under the tutelage of Mr Yoon Sen Lee. Tina started her musical journey at the age of 5, under the umbrella of Mrs Ivy Chan and Stephanie Huang through Yoon Sen Lee Music School in Perth, Western Australia.
Tina has entered various local and international competitions. Some of her first prizes in local competitions include the Open Championship section from North of Perth music festival, the Under 17 Concerto section, the Under 15 classical section and the Under 15 romantic section from the South Suburban Music Society, the Under 15 Romantic and Recital section in Fremantle Eisteddfod, the Under 15 recital section, Under 18 recital section, Under 18 Piano Concerto Section in the Western Australian Pianist Competition. She also won the Senior Overall Pianist Award in the Western Australian Pianist Competition
In 2016, Tina won first prize in the Golden Key International Music Festival as well as second prize in the American Protégé and performed at Carnegie Hall, New York. During that year, Tina also obtained a music scholarship from St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School.
In 2017, Tina also performed in front of the Governor General in Canberra, Australia. In 2018, Tina entered the 6th Global International Piano Competition held in Shenzhen, China. Tina was invited to compete in Shenzhen in which she won first prize in her age category and was also one of the top 8 honoured pianists who were awarded with a contract giving them the opportunity to perform concerto works with many orchestras or as a soloist building up to the future.
In 2019, Tina won the first prize in the Concours international de piano “Ville de Gagny” competition in Gagny, France. While she was in France, she also completed her Diploma of International Conservatory of Music of Paris in which she received high distinction.
She also performed with the Wuhan Philharmonic Orchestra at Qintai Hall, in Wuhan, China in 2019.
Tina participates in many choirs, bands and orchestras within her school and has also achieved Honours A in both her Grade 7 AMEB, and grade 8 AMEB music exam. Tina obtained her AMEB AmusA Diploma exam with distinction in 2019 as well as her AMEB LmusA Diploma exam in 2020. She also received a High Distinction for her Licentiate of Trinity College London Exam.
Tina will be travelling to Brisbane next year to perform with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra for the final round of the Young Lev Vlassenko National Competition.
Tina has been awarded a scholarship program to have early matriculation for undergraduate part time music studies at the University of Western Australia.