The Leo Media & Entertainment Group is proud to represent the renowned pianist Benjamin Frith in connection with a number of his excellent new musical projects, including his work with the talented cellist Sagi Hartov, who is part of the Bijelovic Trio, also represented by us.
Benjamin Frith was born in South Yorkshire in 1957 and from the age of ten has studied with Fanny Waterman. He came to attention when at the age of fourteen he won the National Concerto Competition. This was followed by a Mozart Memorial Prize, the award for Young Concert Artists promoted by the National Federation of Music Societies (1986) and recitals in Italy.
His international career expanded further after the award of a Gold Medal at the 1989 Arthur Rubinstein Piano Competition in Israel, where he also picked up the award for chamber music. Ben has appeared with many of the finest orchestras and has performed under such conductors as Mehta, Skrowaczewski, Hurst, Bugaj, Wordsworth, Bamert and Vasary.
He has won golden opinions for his recordings of Beethoven, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Weber and Arnold and is currently engaged on a cycle of John Field's Nocturnes and Piano Concertos for Naxos Records. He appears at International Festivals such as Edinburgh, Aldeburgh, Kfar-Blum and Kuhmo and every year at the Lindsay Quartet's Music in the Round in Sheffield.
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