Tertia Hogan studied piano in Brisbane under Enid Lane and later Regis Danillon, obtaining her LMusA (2011) and LTCL (2012). Tertia performs regularly with Enharmonie Chamber Ensemble, which she cofounded together with cellist Allan Hall in 2010. In 2013 she appeared with the Ensemble in the 4MBS Festival of Classics, and on stage in the newly refurbished Brisbane City Hall, performing repertoire ranging from piano trios and lieder of Schumann and Brahms to a new work by Brisbane composer Matthew Hoey. Facets of Love is Tertia’s third recording project.
In 2007, a compelling need to return to her musical roots could no longer be ignored – Tertia returns to a musical career after many years teaching Mathematics and Physics, having completed her MSc (Mathematics) in 1994. She also holds a GradDipMus (String Pedagogy, UQ 2009) and plays orchestral piano and violin with the Brisbane Symphony Orchestra under Antoni Bonetti, occasionally understudying and performing piano concerti. She currently runs a busy private practice as pianist and teacher of piano and violin, and is frequently in demand as an accompanist for recitals and music examinations.