British classical pianist Alisdair Hogarth set to host Pianist's next series of Zoom masterclasses


02 August 2021
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Tickets to the first masterclass on 18 August are now available

We are delighted to announce that Steinway Artist Alisdair Hogarth will host four online Zoom masterclasses over the coming months.

The first masterclass, How to Memorise a Piece, will take place live on Zoom on Wednesday 18 August, 7pm BST. Hogarth will give his top tips and advice on:
✔ Memory tricks
✔ Improvisation
✔ Playing melodic lines with one finger
✔ How to deal with playing from memory in performance
✔ Alternative options to performing from memory

 

We first launched our online Zoom masterclasses and webinars back in May. Fellow Steinway Artist Dominic Ferris hosted three webinars across the months of May, June and July, all of which were extremely successful. We are delighted to be welcoming another top class pianist to continue the sessions!

Full details and tickets can be found below. We hope to see you there.

 

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About Alisdair Hogarth:

Alisdair Hogarth is a versatile pianist combining a robust technique with a fresh, contemporary approach. He made his concerto debut in 1996 with the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Queen Elizabeth Hall and has since performed with a variety of orchestras.

He has broadcast for BBC Radio 3 and Classic FM. Performances have included recitals at Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall, Bridgewater Hall and Philharmonic Hall. Committed to song-accompaniment, Hogarth is the Director and pianist of The Prince Consort. They made their Wigmore Hall debut in 2009 in which they were joined by Graham Johnson. Their first recording for Linn, Ned Rorem – On an echoing road –, was GramophoneEditor’s Choice in addition to being named ‘Outstanding’ in International Record Review.

Hogarth studied privately with Philip Fowke and at the Royal College of Music with John Blakely where he won the major prizes for piano accompaniment. He is a Steinway Artist.