PAST TUTORS (from 2019)


Piano ; Theory ; Aural ; Entrepreneurship

Anuvrat Choudhary has been studying music and the piano since early childhood and holds a Distinction in both the Associate and Licentiate Diplomas of Trinity College London, the international examinations board. In 2019, he was the recipient of Olga and Jules Craen Foundation’s ‘Young Musician of the Year’ national-level award, and was a prize winner at multiple all-India piano competitions, including Brillante, but most recently at ConBrio 2020.


His notable recent solo performance have been at NCPA, Mumbai and IIC, Delhi. In 2019-2020, he has also given solo recitals across cities in India, including Bangalore and Kolkata, and recorded Chopin’s ‘Storm’ prelude for a documentary film on Poland. He has been selected as a J N Tata Scholar for his musical achievements and as the first Bagri Foundation Scholar at Trinity Laban. He is also the recipient of a bursary from the Inlaks Shivdasani foundation for his Postgraduate degree.


He loves to share his passion for his instrument and for music, and finds the concert stage and teaching young musicians the ideal platforms for doing so. He has been training younger musicians both at his university and privately, and has taught at two specialist music academies, Lorraine Music Academy and One World College of Music, in Gurgaon, India. He has also been conducting workshops at music schools on different aspects of piano playing such as practising, listening, and memorisation.


The academic nature of music, too, enthuses him, as evidenced in his music dissertation on Liszt’s transcriptions of Beethoven’s symphonies. Having gained an undergraduate degree in Philosophy from Ashoka University, he is currently attending Trinity Laban Conservatoire for his Masters in Music with the goal of becoming a pianist and pedagogue.


He aims to use his time there to gain exposure and knowledge about the world of music so that he can create somewhat equal opportunities for upcoming pianists in India in the long run. There is a lack of good instruments, recording studios and professional expertise with the same in India and he wishes that the future, budding pianists of India should not lack an opportunity on the global platform due to the lack of these facilities.



Piano ; Theory ; Aural

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Kayann Xie started learning classical piano with professor Xiaomin Ren when she was 5. She graduated from JILIN University and obtained a Bachelor of Music performance degree. As an outstanding graduate, she held a piano concert at JILIIN University Music Hall as a solo pianist. In 2019, Kayann continued her Master degree with Pianist​ ​Dominic John at Goldsmiths, University of London.

Kayann also has rich experience in competition, including the First Prize of 2018 the 20t​h Hong Kong-ASIA Piano Competition, the Golden Prize of the 2018 China International Piano Festival BOYA, the Vorrunde Pacfic den of the VI. Internationaler Klavierwettbewerb Wiesbaden, etc.

From June 2017 to July 2019, she had been working as a piano teacher in Siai Music School. She learned different learning plans should be made according to different students. Also the younger students should be taught in a simple and understandable way. Her pride is to communicate the fun of music to the students and make them fall in love with music. Kayann led students to win many international competitions, and awarded Excellent advisor Award. She helped students pass the ABRSM piano exams, from grade 1 to grade 8, including theory and essential piano techniques.

Piano competition results - 

• June 2019 - The China International Piano Festival BOYA - Excellent advisor Award   

• October 2018 - ZHUHAI College of Jilin University - Third-Class Scholarship  

• August 2018 - The China International Piano Festival BOYA Golden Prize

• August 2018 - VI.Internationaler Klavierwettbewerb Wiesbaden Vorrnde pacific den - First Prize

• July 2018 - The 20th Hong Kong - Asia Piano Competition - Excellent Advisor Award  

• July 2018 - The 20th Hong Kong - Asia Piano Competition - First Prize  

• October 2017 - ZHUHAI College of Jilin University - Third-Class Scholarship  

• July 2017 - The Hong Kong International Vocal Open Competition - Third Prize

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Piano ; Theory ; Aural

British pianist Jamie Loftus graduated with a Master’s cum laude at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, studying under prof. Peep Lassmann, a student of the legendary Russian pianist Emil Gilels. He was awarded 3rd Prize at the Theodor Stein Piano Competition 2019, and has given recitals as a soloist, chamber musician and accompanist in the UK, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Spain, with a recording featured on Latvian state TV channel LTV1. He received a BMus (Hons) from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama on scholarship, and was invited to spend an Erasmus year at the Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, studying under renowned Finnish pianist Juhanni Lagerspetz and chamber coach Matti Raekallio of the Juilliard School.


 Since 2007, Jamie has taught private students of all ages from a variety of cultures and backgrounds, in the UK, Finland and Estonia. Whether you wish to pursue ABRSM graded exams, hone your existing piano skills, or are simply here to immerse yourself in music, Jamie will guide you through your process and help you to discover your inner pianist.


 During his time at the Sibelius Academy he studied piano pedagogy with Rebekka Angervo from the Espoo Music Institute, with an emphasis on aural skills, improvisation, student-teacher duets and practicing purely in the mind. In Estonia during the MA, he worked at the Märjamaa Music and Art School as a piano teacher and guest examiner, preparing students for recitals at music festivals, cultural events and internal examinations. In the UK he has worked with a breadth of private students and holds a DipABRSM, the standard professional piano teaching diploma offered by ABRSM, together with an enhanced DBS certificate.


 Drawing on his experience of many pedagogical approaches, and having played in the masterclasses of prestigious pianists and professors from around the world like Robert McDonald, Julian Martin, Steven Osborne, Alexander Kobrin, Artur Pizzaro, and Dr. Jose Ramon Mendez, Jamie offers an innovative and flexible teaching method that will inspire and inform any budding pianist.


 As the founder, accompanist and manager of the Vocal Poems of the Baltics ensemble, Jamie is always searching for new ideas within the Western Art Music sphere. His ensemble features singers from each of the Baltic states, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, presenting vocal works by their native composers, and has toured extensively with the support of the Estonian Cultural Endowment KULKA since May 2018. He has also premiered solo and chamber works in Estonia, Latvia and Spain, and is pursuing his interest in new music here in London.

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Singing (classical/musical/pop) ; Piano ; Aural 

G.Bielskytė in 2010 graduated from Kaunas J. Gruodis Conservatory focusing on singing. She continued her studies at VMU Music Academy for Performing Arts, completed the study program and obtained a Bachelor of Music degree in 2014, following it up 2 years later with a Master’s degree in Music. Starting 2014 she participated in master classes with a Swedish music artist Boel Adler and since 2016 participated in master classes with Derek Barnes. 


In 2014 she started working in Kaunas State Musical Theatre and in 2016 getting her first main role act of Carmen in F. Wildhorn’s musical "Carmen" for which she won a Kaunas theater "Fortune" award for the best debuting lead actress. The Same year she showed an outstanding performance in J.Larson’s musical “Rent” playing as Mimi. Since then she took on many more main roles like Aida In 2017 - Elton John and Tim Rice’s musical “Aida”, Roxie Hart in 2017 - Johan Kander’s musical “Chicago”, Lucy Harris in 2018 - Frank Wildhorn’s musical “Jekyll and Hyde”. Esmeralda in 2018 - Riccardo Cocciante’s musical “Notre-Dame de Paris”.