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Nigel Clayton

Professor of Piano

Royal College of Music

HQ Phone:  +44 20 7591 4300

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Royal College of Music

Prince Consort Road

London, Greater London,SW7 2BS

United Kingdom

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Royal College of Music (RCM) was founded in 1882 and trains gifted musicians from all over the world for international careers as performers, conductors and composers. It is one of the world's leading conservatories with illustrious alumni including Holst, Vau...more

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Nigel also continues to perform as a soloist and has given more than one hundred solo recitals on board the British cruise liner SS Canberra, as well as completing several cruises on P & O's Oriana, Victoria and Arcadia luxury cruise liners.
He has performed concertos by Beethoven, Shostakovich, Ravel, Rachmaninov, Liszt, Mozart (directed from the keyboard), and was a soloist in Poulenc's two piano concerto in the Royal Albert Hall whilst still a junior student at the Royal College of Music. Apart from several long standing partnerships, Nigel has appeared alongside such artists as Michael Collins, Sylvia Marcovici, Ofra Harnoy, Tasmin Little and Bryan Rayner Cook, the Chillingirian, Sorrel and Bingham Quartets and with instrumentalists from many countries; he is engaged as official accompanist each year for the Tibor Varga International Violin Competition in Switzerland and has recorded nine commercial compact discs. He teaches at a specialist school for pianists in Surrey and is visiting professor of piano at the North East of Scotland Music School and was recently appointed Professor of Piano at the Royal College of Music.


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Piano - Nigel Clayton
Nigel Clayton You are here: Home Our Tutors Keyboard Piano - Nigel Clayton Nigel Clayton, Piano Nigel Clayton, who started playing the piano when he was seven years old, has been a Tutor at the School since 1998, having been introduced to NESMS by his friend and now colleague at the Royal College of Music, John Blakely. Nigel performs as many as eighty concerts every season including at most of the music clubs and festivals in Great Britain, appearing regularly on the BBC's radio network, at the Wigmore Hall, and at the South Bank Centre, where he has already given over sixty recitals. He has toured extensively, including performances in India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. His most recent concerts have been in Taiwan and Japan, where he is becoming an increasingly regular performer. As well as teaching at NESMS he is also a tutor at a specialist school for pianists in Surrey and is Professor of Piano at RCM.


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Dundee Chamber Music - Gina McCormack and Nigel Clayton (7 February 2013) - The first violin of the celebrated Sorrel Quartet (Gina McCormack) and the professor of piano at the Royal College of Music (Nigel Clayton) will perform at the Caird Hall this February.
Dundee Chamber Music - Gina McCormack and Nigel Clayton (7 February 2013) - The first violin of the celebrated Sorrel Quartet (Gina McCormack) and the professor of piano at the Royal College of Music (Nigel Clayton) will perform at the Caird Hall this February.


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Nigel Clayton steps in
We are delighted to announce that the pianist Nigel Clayton has agreed to teach on this course and to play the piano in the concert which Raphael was due to give with the Bingham Quartet on Friday 7 December, for which the programme is unchanged. Nigel is an internationally experienced collaborative pianist who has worked with many of our finest musicians. He is also Professor of Piano at the Royal College of Music. We are deeply grateful to Nigel.


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