Lane Cove Music and Cultural Association was co-founded in 1994 by Robyn Mah and a group of local music/arts enthusiasts. Robyn Mah has been the Director since the foundation of the Association, energetically creating a community hub for music education and the advancement of local arts.
Robyn is passionate about the enrichment of children and adults, to assist in developing their interests, skills and potential through quality music education and liberal access to the arts.
Robyn has been recognised for her achievements by Lane Cove Council through a Citizenship Award for individual contribution to community music development and in 1997 with a Paul Harris International Rotary Fellowship by the Rotary Club of Lane Cove.
Cardinia commenced at the LCMCC in January 2018 as General Manager and looks forward to becoming acquainted with the members of the association and enrolled students as well as the many staff members.
She has an extensive history in music studies having commenced violin at the early age of three at the Lane Cove Music and Cultural Centre.
Cardinia has been admitted as a lawyer in the Supreme Court of New South Wales following completion of a Bachelor of Laws at the University of Technology, Sydney and a summer clerkship at Australia’s not-for-profit copyright collective, APRA AMCOS. In her spare time she continues to teach violin to a selected number of students, performs nationally at corporate events with the String Diva trio and arranges voluntary violin recitals at local retirement homes. She is also the founder of TrebleMakers Music, a music theory and musicianship program for primary school children in the local community area. Cardinia has achieved an AmusA Diploma in Violin and maintains an up to date Working With Children’s Check and First Aid Certificate.