In association with
Mr David Soo

Qualifications:
BMus(Hons) Melbourne University
MPerf (Guildhall School of Music and Drama)
Instruments: Piano
Genre/Style(s): Classical
Ability Levels: Beginners to Advanced


Notes:

David Soo has won prizes in international competitions in France (Magin) and Malaysia (ASEAN Chopin), the Australian National Piano Award, as well as unanimously being awarded first Prize in both the Melbourne Recital Centre Great Romantics Competition and the Sydney Eisteddfod's Allison/Henderson Piano Scholarship. David was also the winner of the 2017 Professional Recital Prize at the Oxford Music Festival. He was also a national finalist in the 2014 ABC’s Young Performer of the Year Award. David completed a Master of Performance at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with distinction and has recently been invited to complete an Artist Diploma under the guidance of world-renowned pedagogue, Joan Havill. David has been heard frequently on both ABC FM, 2MBS FM, 3 MBS FM, 4MBS FM and 5MBS FM radio. He gave a sold-out solo debut recital at the Melbourne Recital Centre, and is a frequent guest concerto soloist, having performed concerti by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, Liszt, Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, and Australian composer John Carmichael with various orchestras. Scholarships and awards from the University of Melbourne include the Athenaeum Prize, Madeleine Orr, Mary Elizabeth McComas, John Hellyar and Sir William McKie Piano Scholarships, Rosemary Kenny Prize, Katherine Ellis Memorial Fund, Harold Newry and HA Owens Awards. David has performed in master classes with Steven Osborne, Christopher Elton, Paul Badura-Skoda, Barbara Nissman and Craig Sheppard.

David is well known for his adventurousness, breadth and depth of the piano literature. His students have attained very high marks in examinations and have also been prize-winners in local eisteddfods and competitions.

David is also a highly sought-after accompanist.

Contact David

Address: Greater London
WC1N 2AB
Phone: Show Number
Fee (30 minutes): £30.00
Fee (60 minutes): £55.00

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