Geoffrey Duce

Originally from Scotland, pianist Geoffrey Duce has performed throughout Europe, in the USA, Japan and Hong Kong, including in New York’s Carnegie Hall, Berlin’s Philharmonie and Konzerthaus, London’s Wigmore Hall, Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall and Edinburgh’s Queen’s Hall.

A versatile musician, Geoffrey’s career has featured both solo and collaborative performances. As a concerto soloist he has appeared with the Sinfonie Orchester Berlin, the New York Sinfonietta, the Scottish Sinfonia, the Edinburgh Philharmonic and the Olympia Symphony Orchestra, and as a chamber musician and accompanist he has recorded for BBC Radio 3 and Hong Kong Radio, and has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He won the Young Artists Award from Britain's National Federation of Music Societies, and was awarded the Prix de Piano at the American Conservatory in Fontainebleau, France. He has given masterclasses at colleges and music schools, including at Shorter and Darton Colleges in Georgia, at the Academy of Music Northwest in Seattle, and in the Middle East.

Geoffrey Duce initially studied at the Royal Northern College of Music and Manchester University, UK, before receiving a DAAD scholarship to the Universität der Künste, Berlin. His teachers have included Phillip Kawin, Klaus Hellwig, Ferenc Rados and Renna Kellaway. He received his doctorate from the Manhattan School of Music, New York, where he was also a faculty member, and has also taught at SUNY (State University of New York).

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