Warren Mailley-Smith

Introduction:

Warren Mailley-Smith is one of the UK's most outstanding young pianists. He made his solo Wigmore Hall debut earlier in 2004 before a capacity audience to critical acclaim as well as making his Southbank Centre in November of the same year as part of the young rising star series, 'Fresh'.

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About Warren...

Warren Mailley-Smith is one of the UK's most outstanding young pianists. He made his solo Wigmore Hall debut earlier in 2004 before a capacity audience to critical acclaim as well as making his Southbank Centre in November of the same year as part of the young rising star series, 'Fresh'. He has also recently won a place on the prestigious Park Lane Group series at the Purcell Room where he performed in 2005.

Following success as a postgraduate major prize-winner at both Birmingham Conservatoire and the Royal College of Music, Warren continued his studies privately with Ronald Smith. His debut recitals at Birmingham Symphony Hall and St John's, Smith Square were received with critical acclaim and he has been invited to perform for His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales over 30 times.

His reputation as one of the country's leading young solo pianists continues to grow, with over 50 solo recitals over the 2004-05 season at festivals, music societies, universities and in many of the country's leading concert venues. During this period he also performed a number of concerti with the London Concertante, the London Strings, the London Kensington Sinfonia and the London Charity Orchestra.

Warren has also been a musician on the 'Live Music Now!' scheme and has performed in the USA, Russia, Australia, numerous European countries and was invited to represent the UK at the Beijing International Piano Festival.

Click on the video below to watch Warren perform: