William Cuthbertson spielt "Etüde für die linke Hand op. 36" von Felix Blumenfeld
Walzer von William Cuthbertson
William Cuthbertson plays "Nocturne F-dur Op.15 Nr.1" by Frédérick Chopin
William Cuthbertson performs.at the Feuchtwanger Piano Festival in 2006
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William Cuthbertson plays "Nocturne Fis-dur Op.15 Nr.2" by Frédérick Chopin
As a child Cuthbertson won many musical prizes in his home county of Kent, where his teacher was Bernard King. He studied piano at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Ruth Harte and Gordon Green. He then continued his studies in Krakow, Poland on a Polish Government scholarship, studying with Ludwik Stefanski, and has continued to specialise in playing works by Chopin.
A very significant person in William Cuthbertson’s life is the renowned London-based German pianist, composer and pedagogue Peter Feuchtwanger. Cuthbertson is considered a master of improvisation, a skill he developed at Sevenoaks School under the guidance of Brian Townend and from time to time he accompanies silent films with free improvisation. His teaching is eclectic, using what approach is most applicable, complimantary and at the same time in harmony with Peter Feuchtwanger's brilliant insights.
William Cuthbertson has given concerts in Germany, Holland, Poland, Denmark, Norway, England, Russia, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland and in the United States. In 2010 , Chopin’s 200th anniversary, he gave a series of six recitals in Waldkirch and in 2011, three Liszt recitals for Liszt's 200th anniversary.
"Cuthbertson succeeds in reaching an area of musical weightlessness, an unleashed virtuosity that lets the listener" fly " with him. (Solothurner Zeitung)
"Master of soft tones" (Fränkische Landeszeitung)
"In the twelve Etudes Opus 25 Cuthbertson works with sharp contrastsand achieves a dramatic concentration which is second to none." (Badische Zeitung)
"It's hard to put into words what our ears heard and what feelings
Cuthbertson elicited in the audience with his playing "