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Written by  Sachika Taniyama
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Sachika Taniyama began her musical studies at the age of five in Japan. Since she moved to the UK in 1997, she has studied with Carolyn Tailby, Guy Johnson from Royal Academy of Music, and Robert Markham from Birmingham Conservatoire and she has won many prizes in competitions and music festivals in the Midlands. In 2003, she made her concerto debut by performing Schumann’s Piano Concerto with the Sutton Coldfield Orchestra. In the same year, She continued her studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under the guidance of pianist, Charles Owen.

Since joining the Guildhall School, She has been giving solo recitals and making concerto appearances in the UK. She has recently given concerts in Turkey where her playing was broadcast on the national radio and television as part of Gumusluk International Classical Music Festival. She has also performed in numerous festivals, such as: Intenational Scarlatti Festival and the Edinburgh Festival. Sachika has performed in masterclasses given by Stephen Kovacevich, Noriko Ogawa, Leslie Howard, Joan Havill, Gulsin Onay and many more.

Sachika was awarded a full scholarship to attend Dartington International Music Festival to study with the legendary pianist Stephen Kovacevich. She was also the beneficiary of the Pam Jelf Memorial fund to assist her Post Graduate Studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

As well as being a soloist, Sachika has worked extensively on chamber music. She has worked with Suzuki Method string groups in Birmingham and performed with them in the Royal Festival Hall and the Purcell room. She was also invited to be an official accompanist at the Gumusluk International Music festival 2009 in Turkey. Sachika performed with many flautists and Cellists under the guidance of internationally renown artists such as the Flautist Arife Gulsen Tatu and the Cellist Alexander Baillie. She is now a pianist for Alexander Baillie’s class at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. At the Guildhall School, Sachika has also worked with actors under direction of Joseph Blatchly.
Sachika teaches piano at the St Paul's Cathedral School in London.

For more information, please visit www.sachikataniyama.com

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Sachika Taniyama

Sachika Taniyama


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