Two new piano studies written as part of my Masters course will be workshopped alongside those of other Masters students by Richard Casey, winner of the British Contemporary Piano Competition and founder-member of contemporary music ensemble Psappha, on Monday 14 December. The studies explore aspects of time and harmony, demanding traditional virtuosity of speed and agility, but also less extroverted skills in fragile use of colour and resonance.
Chris Swithinbank is a British-Dutch composer who works with both acoustic instruments and electronic sounds. He is currently a student at Harvard University with Chaya Czernowin.
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