He was a prize-winner at the Concours Geza Anda (Zürich) and took first and special prizes at the International Schubert Competition in Germany.
Michael has played with acclaimed orchestras throughout the world and has 27 CDs to his credit. He has enjoyed a distinguished teaching career at the Cologne Hochschule and Hanns Eisler Hochschule and is currently Professor of Piano at Canterbury University.
"He is an outstanding Schubert interpreter" - Gramophone.
Michael will play works by Schubert, Gareth Farr, Schumann and Leopold Godowsky.Press Release View Programme Notes