Two-day London workshop

Events Description

This two-day London workshop is open to all pianists (professional performers and teachers, students and amateur pianists) who are interested in learning more about Penelope Roskell’s approach to piano playing and teaching and in investigating and discussing new methods of technique.

The morning sessions are devoted to general work on technique, posture and other matters of relevance to all pianists. Afternoon sessions are in the form of a masterclass plus general discussion.

The workshop is open to all levels of pianist but performance in the masterclass sessions is reserved for pianists of Grade 8 standard and above.

Please indicate on the application form whether you would like to be considered to perform in the afternoon masterclass. There will be plenty of opportunity for discussion and exchange of ideas.

Private lessons and consultations also available on the Friday and Monday.


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

Private lessons and consultations also available on the Friday and Monday.

Fee: £150 (ISM and EPTA members £140). Full-time music students £100. 

Occasionally, a scholarship can be offered to an outstanding masterclass participant.

Event Information

Please download the course application form to register.

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