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Yamaha Music School

Jeremy Chan - Piano Concert

Jeremy is a pianist based in London. He is currently pursuing an Artist Diploma at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama studying with Noriko Ogawa, Charles Owen and Ronan O’Hora.

Jeremy Chan - Piano Concert
Jeremy Chan - Piano Concert

Time & Location

24 Jun 2024, 13:00 – 13:45

Yamaha Music School, 3 Seaforth St, Blyth NE24 1AY, UK

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REPERTOIRE

Bach/Rachmaninoff Suite from Violin Partita No. 3 in E major

Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 31 in A flat major, op. 110

Scriabin Piano Sonata No. 5, op. 53

Barber Fugue from Piano Sonata, op. 26

Jeremy is a pianist based in London. He is currently pursuing an Artist Diploma at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama studying with Noriko Ogawa, Charles Owen and Ronan O’Hora. He is supported by Help Musicians UK as a Rupert Heggs Award winner. He is also supported by the Countess of Munster Trust, of which he is the Mark James Award winner, as well as the Guildhall School Trust. Jeremy holds a Masters degree from the Guildhall School with Concert Recital Diploma as well as a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Durham University.

Recently, he was the winner of the Guildhall Beethoven Prize as well as semifinalist of the Royal Overseas League Annual Music Competition. He also won second prize at the Watford International Piano Competition. In July 2023, he made his concerto debut at St John’s Smith Square with the London City Orchestra playing Rachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto. In the summer of 2023, he was invited to work with pianist Angela Hewitt for a week in Italy.

Jeremy has been playing the piano since he was six and has studied in prestigious institutions such as the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts and the Royal Academy of Music. He obtained his Licentiate Diploma in Piano Performance in 2014. He has since participated in numerous competitions, local and international, such as the International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians in Switzerland and the Chopin-Asia Piano Competition in Japan. He was the winner of the West Sussex Youth Music Award and Music Durham Soloist Award.

Jeremy has performed in different venues including the St John’s Smith Square, Silk Street Concert Hall, Milton Court Concert Hall, Salle Gilles Lefebvre, Durham University Concert Hall, St Stephen Walbrook church and Fidelio Café. Jeremy has worked with and received great insight from world-renowned musicians such as Dame Imogen Cooper, Sir Stephen Hough, Jonathan Biss, André Laplante, Jean Saulnier, Dmitri Alexeev, Tessa Nicholson, Graham Scott and Katya Apekisheva.

Jeremy is also an avid chamber musician and currently plays in a duo with violinist Victoria Farrell-Reed.

Outside of music, Jeremy very much enjoys reading, writing and travelling. He writes regularly on his blog www.literallylefthanded.com, and has been publishing his concert reviews there as well as interviews with musical personalities. He is also a critic for Seen and Heard International, for which he has written numerous concert reviews. He also works as a freelance translator and programme notes writer.

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  • General Admission

    £8.00
    +£0.20 service fee

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