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1995-1999 recipients

Category Recipient
1999
Architecture Anita Ashtonlomax
Ballet Gabrielle Nankivell 
Instrumental Music           Asmira Woodward-Page          
Painting Daniel Argyle
Sculpture Linda Dennis
Singing Amelia Farrugia
1998
Acting David Williams
Instrumental Music Philip Arkinstall
Poetry MTC Cronin
Prose Delia Falconer
Singing Francisco Romero
1997
Architecture Challis Smedley
Ballet Paul Knobloch
Instrumental Music Mark Kruger
Painting Rachel Ellis
Sculpture Perdita Phillips
Singing Michael Terry
1996
Acting Adam Kronenberg
Instrumental Music Benjamin Martin
Painting Jane Bennett
Poetry Lisa Jacobson
Prose Barbara Wels
Singing Kirsten Boerema
1995
Architecture Rachel Doherty
Instrumental Music                 Clemens Leske
Painting Carl Sutherland
Sculpture Pamela Miller
Singing Philippa Grummet

Asmira Woodward-Page 

1999 Instrumental Music Recipient  

An internationally recognized solo contemporary violin player. After receiving the Marten Bequest Scholarship in 1999, I travelled to India to study Indian classical music before moving to New York, touring as a soloist and as part of trio’s and quartets. During my time here, I established SONYC (Symphonic Orchestra of New York City), acting as both player and concertmaster. I am currently based in the US, performing in a quartet and as a soloist. www.asmira.net

Amelia Farrugia 

1999 Singing Recipient  

Amelia is a well-known Opera singer, currently starring as The Merry Widow  for Opera Australia. She is known for her starring roles in productions such as La Boheme and La Traviata and has toured in Asia, Europe and the US.