Pianist, accompanist, repetiteur, and piano teacher based in Cardiff.
Born and raised in Paris, Emma started her piano studies at the age of 6. A graduate of Cardiff University, where she studied English Linguistics, she has recently graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama studying piano performance in the class of pianists Mary Dullea and James Kirby. Emma has had significant experience in ensemble performance, performing with orchestra as well as smaller ensembles, within her piano trio and piano duet, or accompanying vocalists. She has taken part in Masterclasses with reknown artists Steven Osborne, Steven Devine, Richard MacMahon, Ji Liu, Michael Young, Graham Caskie, Simon Lepper and Robin Green. Emma has won the 2015 Brian Davies accompaniment prize and was a finalist in the 2017 Mary Rees Chopin prize; she is now developing her career as an accompanist and vocal coach. She has been the principal pianist for the Constanza Ladies Choir since September 2016 and was delighted to begin work within the Forget Me Not Choir community earlier this term. Her love of choral music took yet another direction as she has also recently joined the BBC National Chorus of Wales and is delighted to be singing within such an established choir. As well as being a keen musician, Emma is also a dedicated piano tutor and has been enjoying teaching in Cardiff. Back home, she has been teaching piano for the last three years in the summer school l’Académie de Musique de Lacarelle near Lyon.
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