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Lucy Colquhoun


Lucy Colquhoun studied at the RCM with Roger Vignoles and prior to that with John Blakely winning all the major prizes for piano accompaniment including the Alisdair Graham Prize, Joan Chissel Schumann Prize and Titanic Memoriam Prize (Lies Askonas Competition) She received the Douglas and Hilda Simmonds Award, Kendall Taylor Award and a Knights of the Round Table Award. She also won the Ronald Tickner Trust Award (Somerset Song Prize.) She is currently studying privately with Roger Vignoles supported by the Knights of the Round Table.

Lucy gained a BMus(hons), PGdip(perf) and MMus(perf) from the RNCM Music studying with Dina Parakhina and Mark Ray. She won the RJ Forbes Prize for Piano Accompaniment and was supported by the Walter Deakin Bursary for Young Musicians and RNCM Bursary Fund. Recent and forthcoming performances include the Purcell Room (Park Lane Group) St James’s, Piccadilly, St Martin in the Fields, The National Gallery, 22 Mansfield Street, Park House, Cheltenham, Trinity College Cambridge, Brighton, Leeds, Oxford, Carlisle, Lake District, Derby Concert Society, Chichester Cathedral, Winchester Cathedral, International Medtner Festival, Yorke Trust, Norfolk, Chelsea Arts Club, Schubert Society of Great Britain, Delius Society, British Music Society, Buxton Festival, Royal Albert Hall, Elgar Room and the Austrian Cultural Forum.

Lucy has a keen interest in contemporary music premiering works by Gary Carpenter, John Casken, Adam Gorb, Larry Goves and Andy Scott and has worked with composers Joseph Horovitz and Paul Paterson (Park Lane Group.) She has attended numerous masterclasses including those in Oxford (Oxford Lieder), Austria, Denmark and France. She is a Britten Pears Young Artist (English Song Project, BPO, Singing Britten and Slavic Song supported by the Chandos Memorial Trust Bursary) and is a Making Music Concert Promoters Group artist. She was a finalist in the Oxford Lieder Young Artists Platform 2016 with two singers.