Here is a talented young British pianist who plays with individuality and flair! Beatrice is a young energetic talent of just twenty one years old and a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, in London.
Her performances are natural and charismatic. She has played in a number of UK venues including Snape Maltings, Blythburgh Church, The Purcell Room, Royal Festival Hall, St. Giles-on-the-field in London, St.Davidís Cathedral, Hastings White Rock Theatre, Leeds Town Hall,Lindbury Studio at the Royal Opera House.
Her artistry and innovation is refreshing, and her diversity special. These traits have led her to projects that are not always exclusively classical. She has performed her own popular- styled compositions in concerts and at celebrity events. Not stopping at that, Beatrice has played in many styles of classical,jazz,avant-garde,musical theatre,Romany, gamelan and gospel. With classical repetoire she has had many competition successes with performances of Rachmaninov and Debussy,including the much loved Rachmaninovís Piano Concerto no.2. Whilst still a teenager, the Royal College of Music Junior Department awarded her the Constance Poupard prize for "pianistic excellence" and the Peter Morrison Prize for her performance of Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue. She laster recieved the the Eric Brough Memorial Prize from the Royal Academy of Music.
Not satisfied with just being a pianist, Beatrice also conducts and composes. She has written music for members of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, Marks and Spencers and for dancers at the Young Place in London. Last spring she was associate conductor at Camdenís Music Centre Sinfonia, London.