My passion is for inspiring peoples’ love and understanding of classical music through concerts, lectures, lecture recitals and teaching

“Angela is a most gifted, award-winning pianist with a wealth of experience and knowledge extending far beyond her field. Highly professional in all she does, she has vision in her programming and gives real insight into all she performs.”
Cecilia McDowall (British composer)



As an award-winning pianist, Angela has performed as soloist throughout the UK and abroad and is available to give piano recitals, chamber recitals, lecture-recitals and concerto performances to suit your audience and occasion.



Angela’s lecture recitals, lectures, day courses and music appreciation courses have been enthusiastically received by numerous audiences over many years. With PowerPoint slides, demonstrations at the piano and readings from the diaries and letters of the composers, Angela loves to engage with her audiences in bringing the subjects to life.



Angela is a highly experienced accompanist, having worked with professional singers and instrumentalists as well as amateurs and children for over 40 years. She is available to accompany recitals, auditions and examinations as well as practice sessions for when an accompanist is required.



Angela has been teaching for over 40 years and is passionate about sharing her love of music with those who want to learn piano or increase their appreciation of music in general.. She teaches piano to children and adults at all levels of ability, provides coaching in piano accompaniment and chamber music and gives regular courses in music appreciation.

AZ of female composers

Each month I write articles on some of my favourite female composers of our time.

‘Shades of Solace’ Cecilia MacDowall (Live performance)

Piano Trio in D Minor Op. 11 (First movement) Fanny Mendelssohn (CD recorded with the Solarek Piano Trio)

‘Einsamkeit’ from ‘Winterreise’ Franz Schubert ( Live performance with Andrew Ashwin (baritone))

Sonata for Cello & Piano in F Major Op 99 (First movement) Johannes Brahms (Live performance with Mikhail Lezdkan (cello))

From illustrated recital ‘Beethoven and the Age of Revolution

Sonata in F minor Op 57 ‘Appassionata’ (First movement) -Live performance


If you would like to contact me to discuss any queries you may have or to make a booking, please use the quick form below. I look forward to hearing from you!