Music Teachers

Music Teachers

Meet Our Teacher


Callum Eggins

Callum began learning music from an early age. In primary school, he learned and studied the Tuba and performed with his school classical and jazz band. His father was a guitarist and through his influence, Callum gradually decided to learn the bass guitar.


Visna Kosanovic

Ms. Kosanovic received her Bachelor and Master degrees in flute performance at the Academy of Art in Novi Sad, Serbia. She has performed in master classes with Peter-Lukas Graf at Internationale Sommerakademie Mozarteum (Salzburg, Austria), Aurel Nicole (Hvar, Croatia), Renate Grais (Venice, Italy) and Michael Debost (Belgrade, Serbia).

Violin & Viola

Haemi Lee

Haemi has served in various Orchestras in Korea such as Daegu Philharmonic Orchestra, Daegu Symphony Orchestra and Seoul Concert Orchestra.

She has a lot of teaching experience from Korea and Australia, and is actively working as a professional Violin & Viola teacher in Sydney.


Julian Ledwidge

Julian has been playing the drums for over 15 years and has a Bachelor of Music at Western Sydney University. He is currently studying Music Therapy. Julian has extensive experience playing at live venues in Sydney. He also has experience as a private tutor and teaches various genres, including jazz and pop, whilst specialising in rock and funk.


Jae Kwon (Joseph) Kim

Joseph finished his Bachelor of Music Performance (Classical Voice) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 2017 with the Helens Myers Scholarship. He has also been the recipient of multiple scholarships and prizes outside of the Conservatorium. In 2017, he was named a semi-finalist at the IFAC Australian Singing Competition, where he won the Ingrid Davidson Award. In 2018, he won both the ‘Operatic Aria’ and ‘Lieder’ Sections at the Ryde Eisteddfod, and 2nd place in the Sydney Song Prize 2018. 


Harrison Werlemann-Godfrey

Graduated with a Bachelor of Music (Performance) with Honours in 2013, Harrison has been very active performing around Sydney and rural Australia as part of many groups exploring and experimenting with a broad range of different genres. Harrison is continuing his studies in Music Performance and Education, with a focus on historical performance and music education in a broad cultural setting.


Agus Sandjaya

Agus won first-prize at the Yamaha Music Festival in Jakarta for the junior piano category in 2000. He completed his Bachelor of Music Performance degree in 2010 with First Class Honors, undertaking study with Dr. Paul Rickard-Ford. In 2011, Agus was one of the semi finalists in the Lev Vlassenko Piano Competition held in Brisbane, Australia.