I am a British Concert Pianist. I love piano, cycling, travelling and noodles. Studying at The Royal Colelge of Music in London. Supporter of The Terrence Higgins Trust.

I have just got back from Yokohama in Japan where I performed a recital at Minato Mirai Hall. It was my first time in Japan and I really enjoyed it! I was lucky enough to be able to spend some time in Tokyo before the concert so I explored a small part of this amazing city, ate some great food and figured out just how to use the Tokyo Metro…

I was invited to perform in Yokohama by Osamu Hirose of the Yokohama Arts Foundation and for the recital I performed pieces by Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Chopin and Bach. The audience at the performance were wonderful and I received a lot of flowers and gifts, so a huge thank you for that. You made me feel very welcome in Japan!

Thank you also to the organisers for all your hard work. You made this a great experience for me! I hope to return again soon.



Practising in the hall
Outside Minato Mirai Concert Hall before the performance
With Akiko Ebi who hosted the event
Me with Fumino Matsue, thank you for your amazing organisation!
Thank you to everyone who gave me flowers and gifts!

I have been working on a new video. We filmed it last week at a wonderful old building with some great architecture. It always takes a log time to get everything just right on a video, but its really worth it when you see the finished result.

Here is a raw clip from the shoot, I hope we can release the final version very soon.

Last week I travelled to Munich to film a short intervew which will be used to promote a project which I m working on with The Argo Ensemble in Germany. Argo are conducted by Ektoras Tartanis and are a groundbreaking orchestra, combining performance and classical music in many of their varied projects.

It is great working with Ektoras and I can’t wait until we can perform the final work together!


I have just come back to the UK after spending a week in North Carolina. I was there for a performance of Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1 with The Carolina Philharmonic so I decided to try creating a vlog for the trip. Was great fun filming it, hope you will enjoy watching it!

The concert went really well, the audience were wonderful! A huge thank you to the conductor David Michael Wolff and his orchestra.