Ruby Luck


Ruby Luck is undertaking a Masters of Music Studies at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, under the tutelage of Natasha Vlassenko. She received fourth prize in the 2019 Lev Vlassenko Piano Competition, in which she performed Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Other concerto opportunities include performances with the Queensland Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra in 2018 and the Young Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra in 2016.

Within the Queensland Conservatorium, Ruby has won several awards, including the John and Sue Thompson Prize (2021), the Hilda Woolmer Accompaniment Prize (2019), the Margeret Nickson Prize (2019), the Minnie May Bussey Pianoforte Prize (2017), and the Ruby C. Cooling Prize (2017). She has performed in masterclasses and lessons with esteemed international pianists including Peter Hill, Roy Howat, Alexander Strukov, Lance Coburn, Gil Garburg and Vyacheslav Gryaznov.

Within Brisbane, Ruby performs frequently both as a soloist and collaborative pianist. A passionate chamber musician, she has performed alongside esteemed local and international artists in the Queensland Conservatorium Side-by-Side concert (2018), as a mentee with Ensemble Q (2020) and most recently with Southern Cross Soloists (2021).