• Winner of the 2nd prize at the Città di Barletta International Piano Competition, 2014

  • Winner of the Birmingham Town Hall Symphony Hall (THSH) Prize 2017, resulting in a recital at Birmingham Town Hall in 2017 

  • Winner of the Beryl Chempin Beethoven Prize at Birmingham Conservatoire, thus representing the Conservatoire at the Intercollegiate Beethoven Competition in London, 2014

  • Winner of the Marjorie Hazlehurst Piano Award 2016 (awarded to the BMus4 piano student whose Major Project demonstrates the greatest imagination, enterprise and highest level of performance)

  • Winner of a full scholarship to study with Martin Katz (José Carreras’ accompanist and a Decca and EMI recording artist) at the University of Michigan, USA, from 2017 onwards on the Doctor of Musical Arts programme and being appointed Graduate Staff Teaching Assistant

  • Winner of the Mario Lanza Opera Prize (as collaborative pianist) at Birmingham Conservatoire, 2017

  • Winner of the English Song Prize (as collaborative pianist) at Birmingham Conservatoire, 2016

  • Winner of the Ashleyan Opera Prize (as collaborative pianist) at Birmingham Conservatoire, 2016

  • Winner of the Hester Dixon Award, a full scholarship to Malcolm Martineau’s Oxenfoord International Summer School, 2016

  • An 11-year-old private student is currently supported by the highly selective charity Future Talent; he was the only pianist to represent the charity in a concert at Buckingham Palace in May 2016; he was also chosen to perform at the Royal Northern College of Music in April 2016

  • A student released of a commercial CD, featuring the Mendelssohn D minor piano trio as the centre piece, 2015

  • Two students performed as tutti piano with the CBSO Youth Orchestra at Birmingham Symphony Hall under the batons of Edward Gardner and Ben Gernon, 2014

  • Three students were selected to represent Birmingham Conservatoire in a public master-class at the annual National Incorporated Society of Musicians conference, 2014

  • A private student gained admission to the postgraduate course at the Royal Academy of music, 2014

  • A student was admitted to the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest to study with the Head of Keyboard upon finishing her studies at Birmingham Conservatoire, 2014

  • My students are regularly selected to participate in Birmingham Conservatoire’s solo and chamber music flagship events, such as the Rachmaninoff/Scriabin Festival 2015, the Beethoven Chamber Music Festival 2015, as well as the Schubert Festival 2016, all of which were public events

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