Hiroaki Takenouchi

Heralded by The Times as “just the sort of champion the newest of new music needs”, while being praised as “impeccable in his pianism and unfailing in his idiomatic grasp” by Gramophone.

Caroline Clipsham

After completing both her degree course and a post-graduate course in Advanced Solo Studies, Caroline was awarded a scholarship to attend the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada, where she worked with John Perry, Gilbert Kalish and Anton Kuerti and performed extensively both as a soloist and a chamber musician.

Ratko Delorko

Hamburg-born pianist, composer, educator and conductor, Ratko Delorko, is one of the most versatile musicians today. He currently lectures at the Music University of Frankfurt. During the period 2008/2011 he performed and conducted master classes in Malaysia, Russia, Italy, Austria, the UK, the US and China. He performed recently on Queen Mary and Queen Victoria.

Jakob Fichert

Jakob Fichert is a very sought after performer playing solo and chamber music recitals in the UK and abroad. Some of his concerts have been live broadcast by various radio stations and he has recorded for Toccata Classics and Naxos labels.

Krystian Bellière

Krystian Bellière is a versatile artist working as a solo pianist, vocal coach and conductor. His involvement in the world of music theatre is extensive and he has a repertoire of over thirty operas.

Iwan Llewelyn-Jones

Iwan Llewelyn-Jones’ repertoire is wide-ranging with a particular affinity for Welsh and French music. In 2005 the Welsh Guild for the Promotion of Music presented him with the Sir Geraint Evans Award in recognition of his significant contribution to Welsh Music.

Caroline Tyler

Award-winning concert pianist Caroline Tyler has performed at venues including the Barbican Hall in London, Enka Auditorium and Maya Sahnesi in Istanbul, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts in Birmingham, and the Martinu Hall and British Embassy in Prague.