"His performance lacked nothing. The musicality and the technical skills were there to see and hear"
Robin Gregory, Eastbourne Herald
Winner of the Royal Over-Seas League Competition, Hong-Kong-born flautist Sirius Chau is the Young Artist of Making Music, Tillett Trust, Talent Unlimited and Musicus Society. He received the Tagore Gold Medal from HRH The Prince of Wales and Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Scholarship in 2019; and made his solo debuts at the Wigmore Hall and Bridgewater Hall in the same year. Recent orchestral experience includes working with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, English National Opera and City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong. Sirius studied at the Royal College of Music with Katie Bedford, Emer McDonough and Sue Thomas.
City Music Foundation
City Music Foundation Artist | 2021 November
After winning the audition, Sirius signed a contract with the City Music Foundation and has become their artist in the next two years.
Philip & Dorothy Green Young Artist | 2020 July
Sirius won the audition and was selected as the Philip & Dorothy Green Young Artist 2020-22.
London Sinfonietta Academy
Selected Flautist | 2020 April
Sirius won the position at London Sinfoneitta Academy 2020, which will be held in December.
Passionate about sharing his music insight, Sirius is keen on teaching and performing.
Sirius enjoys teaching as he loves sharing his knowledge and experience. He has taught students range from complete beginners to advanced players, with the youngest student aged 4. As well as one-to-one private teaching, he is also experienced in teaching group classes. His students have taken the ABRSM graded exams and achieved excellent results with distinctions. His teaching approach strikes a fine balance between fundamental technique and repertoire, to ensure the students are technically and musically competent.