AboutThe Louise Blouin Foundation is delighted to present pianist Christine Croshaw in a recital of music including works by Hummel, Chopin, Faure, Gershwin and Billy Mayerl.
Christine Croshaw has enjoyed a long and successful career as a solo pianist, accompanist and chamber music player. Christine began playing at the piano age of 4, subsequently studying with the famous teacher Harold Craxton, before winning a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music to study with Vivian Langrish and Gordon Green. She won most of the major prizes for solo piano, ensemble playing and accompaniment including the Elena Gerhardt Lieder Prize (awarded by the legendary accompanist Gerald Moore) and the coveted Chappell Gold Medal.
Her concert engagements have taken her to most major venues around the UK, including many appearances at the Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room. She has performed across the continent in France, Germany, Austria, Spain, Italy, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Poland, Switzerland, and also in North America. Festival appearances include Cheltenham, Lichfield, Kensington and Chelsea, Ludlow, Chichester, Lisbon and Bermuda.