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Piano ; Theory ; Aural ; Theory ; 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.

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Theory ; Aural ; Composition ; Entrepreneurship ; Piano ; Guitar ; Singing

Having received high-quality music education since the age of three, Hyunjung Jung was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, and is now based in London. She went to the Art High School and holds a Bachelor's degree in classical music composition at Ewha Womans University, the most prestigious women's university in South Korea. Although she grew up with Mozart, Beethoven, Bach and much more, she became interested in all genres of music and the music business. This led her to conduct a master's degree in London at University of Westminster.

Hyunjung can also play jazz piano, harp, organ, and a little bit of guitar and cello as it greatly inspires her to work as a musician, art entrepreneur, and music teacher. Grounding on her education and interest in diverse instruments, she works as a composer and pianist in the Jung's Trio which she formed to popularise classical music to the public.

She is especially intrigued by music education in areas like piano, music theory and music history for the young generation, and has been teaching kids since 2014. Moreover, she teaches Korean traditional music at the "London Korean School", the largest Korean school in the UK and disseminates Korean traditional music to a broader audience. Hyunjung really enjoys working as a music teacher and always aims to provide an enjoyable experience of music to children. In January 2022, she joined the Music House for Children team, where she is excited to provide quality music education to a diverse range of students by combining the Korean music education system and the UK music education system.

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Theory ; Aural ; Composition ; Songwriting ; Entrepreneurship ; Piano ; Violin ; Guitar

Born in Camberwell (South-East London), Cameron has studied violin since the age of 6, piano since the age of 10 and has been self-taught on guitar since the age of 11, earning a music scholarship to Alleyn’s School in 2008. From there, he achieved Grade 8 Distinction in violin at 13 and then again in piano at 15. He performed Saint-Saens Violin Concerto No.3 with the Dulwich Youth Orchestra at age 14 and Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Alleyn’s School Orchestra at 18, winning the Alleyn’s Piano Prize that same year with a performance of Chopin’s Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, op. 23 after being runner-up two years previous with his own piano composition. He performed with The National Children’s Orchestra, The Dulwich Youth Orchestra and studied chamber music at Music Works as well as frequently performing as an accompanist, live performer at weddings, book launches, and commercial events on piano and guitar, also as an arranger and performer for various plays and live events, sometimes with original composition. 


He then attended The University of Manchester, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Music with an 85% in his Final Performance module recital on piano in a performance that included works by Schubert, Prokofiev, Szymanowski and Shostakovich. During this time he also co-founded and played lead guitar in a Manchester-based disco-rock band that played sold-out shows at Soup Kitchen and Manchester Academy 3. Since returning to London, he has written with and recorded for various singers, rappers, producers and executives at studios that include Abbey Road, Church Studios and Young Turks, with two songs he co-wrote, produced and arranged and also performed as a guitarist, keyboardist and violinist currently having over 200,000 streams on Spotify. He is currently performing with two South London-based bands, one of which he joined as lead guitarist for a U.K. tour and has performed with at London venues that include Brixton Electric, Village Underground and Tate Britain, festivals that include End of the Road and All Points East, has filmed live recordings with for NTS and Dazed, had singles featured on BBC Radio 1 and Radio 6, had a music video with 120,000 views on YouTube and a 5 star review from The Times for a headline live performance in Brixton. 


As a teacher, he has worked independently since 2019 teaching piano, violin and guitar to Grade 8 standard as well as Grade 5 music theory. He has worked with Enhui Music, teaching students from beginner to Grade 5 standard, focusing on technical development from early age, as well as Fun-Keys 4 Kids, leading three South-London based primary school after-school keyboard clubs with classes of ten to fifteen students learning beginner pieces and basic music theory, and is currently represented as a teacher with Surrey Sound of Music and LMC as well as Herne Hill Studios. As a piano teacher, he has passed on his knowledge of learning in the classical discipline from his teachers growing up, Yuriko Murakami and Duncan Glenday, and as a guitar teacher, he uses his perfect pitch, wide knowledge of popular music and transcription skills to teach students any song they’d like to learn in fun and inventive ways.