British American Concert Pianist Stephen Gott (B.1991) is known for his interpretations of Baroque, Classical and Romantic piano repertoire. He is in demand for concerts since being described as a “Piano Prodigy”, BBC news.
Stephen began his piano studies at the comparatively late age of 14 he attended Trinity Laban Conservatoire in London after only 3 years of learning.
In November 2019 Stephen was a finalist in the Liszt Society International Piano Competition and now works for the council. He performed Liszt’s Annees de Pelerinage BK 3 and the seldom-played Mephisto Waltz 4 s696.
In March 2022 Stephen came third in the Ortobello (Italy) online piano competition and in October 2022 Stephen performed in New York City as part of the National Tang Dynasty International piano competition. He is also working with the film composer James Sizemore on his solo piano repertoire.
In November 2022 Stephen obtained his master’s degree from the University of Huddersfield under the tuition from Jonathan Fisher. Stephen has performed in Masterclasses with Sir Stephen Hough and Dr. Leslie Howard.
Stephen studies privately with Pascal Nemirovski and plans to release his first recording in 2023 to keep up-dated please subscribe to his newsletter and check your alert settings on social media channels.
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