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The Russian pianist,Sofya Gulyak is our affiliated artist for 2012/13. She became the first woman to win the Leeds International Piano Competion in 2010.

New media parteners onboard

Posted by on Dec 11, 2012 in Event News | 1 comment

We have agreed that the International Piano Magazine and Rhinegold Publishing are to be media partners

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LIPS is launched Oct 12th at Steinway Hall, London

Posted by on Nov 3, 2012 in Event News | 0 comments

  Cristine MacKie with the Russian Pianist Sofya Gulyak at the launch of LIPS at Steinway Hall

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Location of Royal College of Music & Links to Hotels in South Kensington

Posted by on Sep 19, 2012 in Event News | 0 comments

 Royal College of Music Location Map   Links to Hotels For South Kensington Hotels go to: LateRooms.com hoteldirect.co.uk.  Book online or tel: 0800 633 8000. Outside UK:  +44  1872 261 100 South Kensington Hotel Reservations. UK: 0800 066 4911. Outside UK: + 44 203 026 6805. OR go to the Imperial College/accommodation web site for a  comprehensive list of well priced hotels within easy reach of the Royal College of Music. For map of the area showing nearest station of South Kensington go to:  Google...

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LIPS is delighted by the tremendous interest which is being shown in the conference and the many messages of support. We would like to thank everyone.

Posted by on Aug 20, 2012 in Event News | 0 comments

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We would like to extend a warm invitation to individuals, companies and charitable trusts to support us by coming to the launch of the London International Piano Symposium to be held at the Steinway Hall in London on Friday, October 12th at 6.30pm.

Posted by on Aug 7, 2012 in Event News | 0 comments

This prestigious interdisciplinary symposium is the first of its kind and has three objectives: to bring together performers and scientists to kindle a renaissance in twenty-first century piano performance through an examination of the skills that underpin piano performance; to generate a more rigorous and effective approach to performing and teaching, a step that is long overdue; to use the research findings to develop outreach programmes in less-advantaged areas of London, for the benefit of young people who would otherwise never have the opportunity to enjoy the enriching experience of learning an instrument as powerful as the piano with its enormous potential for self expression and creativeness. The success of this unique event can only be accomplished through the generosity and support of individuals, companies and charitable trusts. Cristine MacKie Chief Executive Director    ...

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Prof Roger Kneebone from Imperial College, London, supports LIPS

Posted by on Apr 30, 2012 in Event News | 0 comments

We are delighted to announce that the surgeon Professor Roger Kneebone from Imperial College, London, has agreed to be a keynote speaker and contribute to the roundtable at the first London International Piano Symposium in Feb, 2013. His approach reflects the aims of LIPS  since he is keen also to  bring together ‘clinicians, educationalists, computer scientists, psychologists, social scientists, design engineers and experts from the visual and performing arts’  to encourage ‘collaborative research at the intersections between traditional disciplinary boundaries’.

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