A talented MMus graduate in piano has been selected for the prestigious Aldeburgh Music Britten-Pears Young Artist programme, taking place this summer.
The Britten-Pears Young Artists programme was established in 1972 with support from the Britten-Pears Foundation. The programme is an integral part of the annual Aldeburgh Music Festival and provides unique career development opportunities for exceptional classical musicians. There are courses in vocal, instrumental and composition specialisms led by renowned performers and practitioners.
Rebecca Cohen graduated from Trinity Laban in 2014, achieving a Masters with distinction. While at Trinity Laban she studied with eminent pianist Eugene Asti. Since her studies she has participated in the Oxford Lieder Festival Mastercourse, where she studied with Roger Vignoles, and Lied Akademie Vienna. She is currently a Concordia Foundation Artist, a Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Artist and a member of the chamber music group, the Peacock Ensemble, which was founded at Trinity Laban.
For more information about our outstanding piano and keyboard department please visit the Trinity Laban website.
To follow Rebecca Cohen's activity in the Peacock Ensemble please visit the Peacock Ensemble website.