“Versatile, exciting and exhilarating” harpsichordist Robyn Koh conducts us on a music tour of France, Italy, Germany and England.
Robyn Koh was educated at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester. She made her début on the piano at the age of sixteen in Moscow, performing also in Kiev and Leningrad. Four years later she graduated with honours from the Royal Academy of Music in London on both piano and harpsichord having studied with Hamish Milne and Virginia Black. Post-graduate studies followed at the Royal Northern College of Music and at the Mozarteum, Salzburg with Kenneth Gilbert. Robyn Koh has been the recipient of many awards including from the Craxton Memorial Trust and the Young Concert Artist’s Trust. She has performed in Europe, South-East Asia, the United States and the United Kingdom and has broadcast for various international radio stations. Based in London, Robyn is very much in-demand as a collaborative musician and a teacher.
The season programme can be found here.