Gaura Horn is a pianist from London and a graduate at the Royal College of Music where he was supported by the Henry Wood Trust. Prior to studying with teacher Andrew Ball at the RCM in London, Gaura was offered a place and a scholarship to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School with Marcel Baudet.
Gaura was awarded a Special mention in the RCM Beethoven Piano Competition and being the youngest competitor in the Nora Sand Award. He has also attended masterclasses with pianists Pascal Devoyon and Jaques Rouvier and has performed at venues such as the Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall and St. David’s Hall as well as at the Royal Overseas League in Scotland. Gaura has taken part in a wide range of musical collaborations; playing for the album “Whispers part 1” with DJ Culprit as well as for the album “Your names” recorded at Sanctuary Studios.
He performed “Voyage to Fair Isle” by Peter Maxwell Davies and accompanied classical violinist Tasmin Little. Gaura also performed at the Menuhin Competition. Gaura is a very experienced teacher, having taught students of all levels, both privately and in schools. He also prepares students for ABRSM exams.
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