Who or what inspired you to pursue a career in music? My mother played the accordion and she has always … More
I play best the pieces that I practice more… and since I understandably practice more the music that I love, I possibly play two things best: the late pieces by Franz Liszt and… my own music
A relentless discipline of technical training ultimately frees an artist to work from instinct and emotion! To be a musician is to be a student, of life.
I think as a collaborative pianist the greatest challenge is knowing when to say no. There are always singers and instrumentalists looking for accompanists and as a young artist it is really hard to turn down opportunities which could open other doors.
Who or what inspired you to pursue a career in music? When I was three years old, my parents bought … More
I work on a project-by-project basis. I find people I love to collaborate with, and then create the projects around that. The repertoire choices will grow out of that, and of how we want to grow the programme.