About Rishabh

Rishabh is a pianist and educator based in London. In 2018, he made his unforgettable debut at the renowned NCPA theatre in Mumbai, India, where he performed works by Alexander Scriabin, Béla Bartok, and Robert Schumann and clinched victory in the Con brio piano competition, becoming the youngest recipient of this esteemed honour. Rish subsequently was awarded the GREAT India scholarship by the British Council to study at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance under the guidance of Philip Fowke, Alisdair Hogarth, and Mikhail Kazakevich.

Rishabh possesses a strong personality and a profound understanding of various characters and styles. Rishabh loves discovering new pieces by upcoming composers, particularly shining a light on Indian composers in his recent commitments. He premiered a work by Nipun Cheema, Le Blanc N’Existe Pas, in his recital at the Old Royal Naval College in Septemeber 2023, and will also be playing more of Nipun's works in future recitals.

Rishabh has showcased his musical prowess by playing keys for several artists and therefore enjoys a multifaceted career as both a soloist and a collaborator. Recently, in an interview with Trinity College London, Rishabh highlighted his impressive journey as an Indian pianist. He aims to inspire the next generation of Indian pianists through his achievements and dedication to music.




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