Lilly Yang and Tijana Korzacic are a part of a long-standing flute and harp duo. Since the group's formation in 2016, they have performed in venues including Brisbane City Hall, Old Museum Building, Queensland Harp Society, Lady Cilento Chidlren's Hospital and at various events organised by Griffith University. Lilly and Tijana have worked with each other for over four years and are available for weddings, recitals or special events.

Tijana Korzacic, Harp:

Tijana Kozarcic, born and educated in Novi Sad, Serbia, holds a Master’s in Music Studies in Harp from the Faculty of Music Art in Belgrade and a Master’s of Music from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. She is a casual Harpist with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) and has performed with them in their collaboration with the Royal Ballet, the Bolshoi Ballet, La Scala Ballet and Queensland Ballet. She has also performed as Principal Harpist with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO) and the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO). Tijana first performed in Australia when she was selected as one of 24 harpists from across the world to perform as a soloist at the Focus on Youth Concerts as part of the 12th World Harp Congress in Sydney. She has performed as a soloist in cities throughout Serbia and Europe, including twice at the 14th and 18th International Belgrade Harp Festivals in Belgrade, in 2015 and 2019 respectively. She has also recorded and performed live in many radio and television shows live. Tijana teaches harp at St Aidan's AGS, St Peter’s Lutheran College, Kedron SHS as well as privately.




Les Deux Flutistes is a flute duo that was formed by Rachel Lau and Lilly Yang in 2016. The group has played live on 3MBS Fine Music - Melbourne and performed multiple times at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University Theatre & Ian Hanger Recital Hall. They specialise in recital performances, wedding performances, background music for functions & corporate events and soiree performances. Les Deux Flutistes play a variety of different flute music ranging from classical, pop, jazz as well as contemporary songs & pieces.

Rachel Lau, Flute:
Rachel Lau is a recent graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, completing her Bachelor of Music in 2018. Having picked up the flute at the age of 9, Rachel was awarded her Associate Diploma with Distinction at the age of 14 as well as the Leslie Barklamb Flute Award from the AMEB for that year, and the following she received her Licentiate Diploma with Distinction. After receiving a Fellowship of Music in Flute Performance with Trinity College London while studying with Margaret Crawford, she moved from her home city of Melbourne to Brisbane to study with Virginia Taylor at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. Thrice a winner of the James Carson Flute Prize, Rachel is currently completing a Professional Performance Program at the Australian National Academy of Music with Virginia Taylor.

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