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Emily Jeffrey


Emily Jeffrey, born in Sydney, has enjoyed considerable success as a pianist with engagements ranging from solo concerto performances in the Sydney Opera House to recital performances at London’s South Bank and New York’s Carnegie Halls.

After graduating with Distinction as an Associate of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Emily won a number of coveted travelling scholarships which enabled her to study overseas, principally at the Royal College of Music, London. She achieved their Performers’ Associateship after only one year and, following that, graduated as a winner of numerous competitions and prizes, including the prestigious Concerto Prize.

In the course of her career, she has worked with a number of eminent musicians including Jorge Bolet, Dennis Matthews and Geoffrey Parsons. Emily has made many live television and radio recordings including the first ever Australia-wide Simultaneous Broadcast for the ABC as well as recitals and interviews on UK’s Classic FM. She has performed as a soloist at Royal Charity Concerts for HRH Prince Charles during his tour of Australia and for HRH Princess Margaret in London’s Australia House, also giving recitals on numerous occasions on the Queen Elizabeth 2.

Emily joined the Keyboard Department of the Royal College of Music Junior Department in 1990. She also teaches at the Purcell School and Royal Holloway, University of London.

Faculties / departments: Junior Department


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Junior Department Enquiries