Performance Opportunities for Pianists in London

2017/2018 Calendar of Events

Announcing our new season of events. Join us in some of London’s most historic buildings for performance opportunities on piano and harpsichord. Many of our events now include non-competitive classes to encourage all musicians to take part. Online ticket booking is available for all events.

Harpsichord Performance Opportunity for Pianists
Saturday November 18th 2017, Dulwich Village
Suitable for Grade 1+, Non-Competitive Event
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Family Classical Music Concert
Saturday November 18th 2017, Dulwich Village
A harpsichord recital by Lorraine Liyanage. Children of all ages welcome.
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Harpsichord Performance Opportunity for Pianists
Saturday February 3rd 2018, Bond Street
Suitable for Grade 1+, Non-Competitive Event
Join us at the historic home of both Jimi Hendrix and George Handel to perform in an informal, non-competitive harpsichord event. No prior experience of the instrument required.
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Clementi Junior Piano Festival
Sunday March 4th 2018, Kensington
Perform the music of composer Muzio Clementi in his former home in Kensington. There are two non-competitive classes and one competitive class. Event Info & Suggested Repertoire

Class 1 Non-Competitive (Beginner to Grade 2 approx)

Class 2 Non-Competitive (Grades 3 & 4 approx)

Class 3 Competitive (Grades 5+)

Clementi Piano Competition 2017: Entries Now Open

London Piano Competition for Under 18sFollowing the success of the first Clementi Piano Festival held in March 2016 at the composer’s former home in Kensington, we are delighted to announce that the event will run again in February 2017 at Clementi House in Kensington.

The piano competition will be held all day from 10am to 5pm. with the junior classes in the morning progressing through to senior levels in the afternoon. The competition is divided into eight graded classes from 1 to 8. The competition is open to students aged 17 and under.

Performers interested in participating should send the following information by email to A link to book tickets for the competition will be sent to you upon receipt of complete information:

Name of Pianist:
Name of Guardian:
Email of Guardian:
Teacher’s Name:
Teacher’s Email:
Last exam passed & date:
Anticipated date and grade for next examination:

*If the pianist does not enter graded exams, please ensure the teacher has provided accurate information on current playing level and projected playing level by February 2017.

London-Clementi-Piano-CompetitionEach class will have a Set short Prelude and Piece by Clementi. We are currently compiling the syllabus and we welcome input from teachers for suggested repertoire by Clementi. We anticipate the syllabus will be released on 1st June.

All competitors receive written feedback and a certificate. All classes have medals for 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Three trophies will be available for high scorers at Junior, Intermediate and Advanced level.

Do not hesitate to ask any questions that you may have about the event.

EPTA UK Piano Competition: Round One, London SE – 18 January 2015

EPTA London SE Regional Competition: Round One
The Warehouse
13 Theed Street
London SE1 8ST
10.15am – 1pm

EPTA Competition Round One 18 January 2015

Adjudicator: Ann Martin-Davis
Entry open to students of EPTA teachers.
Audience fee: £5 payable on the door, please bring correct change

The venue has a Steinway & Sons UK Model D grand piano.

About Ann Martin-Davis:
In addition to her international recital work, Ann has a wealth of educational experience, not just in master-class environments, but also in state-funded and music in the community programmes. Ann is much in demand as an adjudicator is also a member of the examiners panel for the Associated Board.

EPTA UK is a registered charity.