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Faye Evans

Reading, England UK

At The Purcell Room (South Bank) - Piano Takeover Recital

Faye currently studies piano with Murray McLachlan at Chetham's School of Music Manchester

When aged 10,  Faye  playing solo (Chopin Nocturne in C Sharp Minor) at the Massed Piano Event arranged and presented by Lang Lang at the Royal Festival Hall in London - 22nd May 2011
Solo performance of Chopin's Nocturne in C sharp minor at Lang Lang's Massed Piano Event in May, 2011. Played on a Steinway Model D at the Royal Festival Hall in London.
With Lang Lang
With James Lowe (Conductor)
Chopin - Waltz Op. 69 No. 2
Faye was aged 9 when she played this piece as part 2 of a 2 piece recital and scored 91 ("Outstanding"), won gold and was awarded the The Richard Doroszkowski Memorial Cup for best Junior Recital at Maidenhead Festival on the 7th November 2010.

"Outstanding in every sense of the word....." - Roger Crocker MA, GRSM, ARAM, LRAM, ARCM, PGCE 
Chopin - Prelude Op. 28, No. 4
Faye, aged just 9 was awarded Gold Medal and the Festival Cup at Woodley Festival held on Sunday 14th March 2010 playing this piece.

"Some captivating musical instincts here and all the right ideas. At times ravishing playing...." - Anthony Williams Mus Dip.RAM GRSM

She also won gold and was awarded the The Cleeve Challenge Cup for the best solo performance across all junior solo classes at Maidenhead Festival on the 6th November 2010.

"Beautiful shaping here with a lovely even left hand. The right hand quite lovely and the passion and romance at lines 4/5 was outstanding....Great experience" - Roger Crocker MA, GRSM, ARAM, LRAM, ARCM, PGCE
Faye, aged 9, played this piece as part 1 of a 2 piece recital and scored 91 ("Outstanding"), won gold and was awarded the The Richard Doroszkowski Memorial Cup for best Junior Recital at Maidenhead Festival on the 7th November 2010.

"Very effective playing and a good choice to start with in this case. Some absolutely beautiful moments, placements of chords and dynamic charges with lots of suprises and unpredicatability in a positive sense." - Roger Crocker MA, GRSM, ARAM, LRAM, ARCM, PGCE 
Chopin - Nocturne Op. 32 No. 1
Scarlatti - Sonata in F sharp minor KP. 25, L,481
Beethoven - 3rd Mvt. Sonata in C Minor Op. 13 (Grande Sonata Pathetique)
Clemente - Sonatina Op. 36 No. 3

 Chopin - Waltz in A Minor (postumous).

Liszt - Consolation No. 3

Bach - Invention No. 13

Satie - Gnossiene No. 3
Cornick - First Impression - ABRSM Grade 5
Cimarosa - Sonatina No. 13
Gedike - Miniature in D minor
Liszt - Consolation No. 2