Based in Muttama NSW, Grace, Eunice, Esther, Caleb and Sarah Wong are siblings with a passion to share the joy of classical music with those around them. The siblings give solo performances on the piano, harp, violin, flute, recorder, viola, and cello. They also love chamber music and have formed a string quartet. The siblings currently study under a number of well-known teachers including Professor Uzi Wiesel, Arnan Wiesel, Jocelyn Fazzone, Anne Louise Comerford, and Alice Giles.
The siblings have given concerts together since 2004. They give concerts regularly for the Temora Shire Arts Council, Grenfell Music Club, and Cootamundra Arts Centre and have performed in the Festival of the Falling Leaf in Tumut, the Morning Melodies Series in Young, and the Piano at Ten recital series in Bundanoon. They also enjoy playing music for weddings and other events.
Highlights include Caleb's recital at the 2011 Adelaide International Cello Festival, the siblings' performance at the Parliament House Great Hall as part of the inaugural National Marriage Day breakfast, Grace's solo performance in the opening ceremony of the 2005 International Suzuki Conference in Sydney, Eunice and Esther's piano performances at the Sydney Entertainment Centre as part of the Suzuki Grand Concert. Esther's solo piano performances at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall as part of the Annual Suzuki Graduation Concerts, her solo recorder performance at the 2010 AMEB Graduation Ceremony, as well as her concerto debut with the National Capital Orchestra at the age of 12. This year, Caleb was one of three Australian students selected to perform in a masterclass with Lang Lang at the Sydney Opera House.
Besides performing, Grace, Eunice, Esther and Caleb enjoy giving music tuition to local children. In February, they initiated a series of concerts at Cootamundra Arts Centre where they and their students provide musical enjoyment for the community on a monthly basis. They also established the Brio Alpha Orchestra consisting of nearly thirty members which performs regularly in concerts, nursing homes and community events.