Richard Casey Piano Workshop

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.

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