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Hamish Brown

Originally from Wiltshire, Hamish read music at the University of Manchester, studying piano with Andrew Wilde, and graduating with First Class Honours. He continued with postgraduate studies in Piano Accompaniment, studying with Simon Lepper and Roger Vignoles at the Royal College of Music, where he was awarded first prizes in accompaniment for all four major RCM vocal competitions. He graduated in 2016 with Distinction. His studies have been generously supported by Knights of the Round Table, a Help Musicians UK Harrison Award, and a Musicians’ Company Lambert Studentship.

Following his studies, Hamish was a Britten Pears Young Artist (supported by a Viola Tunnard Scholarship) and an Oxford Lieder Young Artist. From 2018–22, he returned to the RCM as a Collaborative Piano Fellow. His fellowships were also generously supported by the Lord and Lady Lurgan Trust, and subsequently the Gilbert & Eileen Edgar Foundation and a legacy from Anthony Saltmarsh.

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