Three-day Advanced London Piano Course

19 October 2018

21 October 2018

10:00 am To 5:00 pm

66 Queen Elizabeth's Walk, London, United Kingdom

Events Description

Taking place over three days, the advanced course focusses on repertoire, technique and yoga for pianists and is ideal for pianists of Grade 8 and above who are preparing for concerts, competitions, diplomas or auditions or for anyone experiencing technical problems, physical tension, injuries or nerves.

The course is run as a series of informal masterclasses with plenty of opportunities for discussion and exchange of ideas, and ends with a concert on the Sunday afternoon.


Penelope Roskell

66 Queen Elizabeth's Walk, London, United Kingdom

About the organiser

Penelope Roskell is equally renowned as a performer of international calibre and as an inspirational teacher and professor of piano at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.

Tickets/registration information

Fee: £195 (ISM and EPTA members £185). Full-time music students £120.  

Limited to nine students per course for maximum participation – occasionally, a scholarship can be offered to an outstanding student.

Event Information

Please download the course application form to register.

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