Biography

Neus Peris is emerging as an exciting artist thanks to her sensitivity and great communicativeness in concert. Her imagination and deep musical understanding allow her to share a persuasive insight and to perform with real abandon. Full of curiosity, she has built up an eclectic solo repertoire that covers Rameau to contemporary music.
Neus has also developed a solid reputation as a collaborative pianist.
She’s been collaborating regularly with tenor Lars Fischer since 2015, and has extensive experience with vocal repertoire. Together with soprano Aimée Presswood, they received the First Prize in the English Song Competition 2017, and were joint winners at the Elisabeth Schumann Lieder Competition 2017, both at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London. 
Other recent partnerships include a project for Borough New Music – giving a world premier of a commissioned work by KC Cheng alongside presenting music by Green, Wilson and Finch-, a collaboration with EOS ensemble, with music by Arutunian and Ustvolskaya, and two song recitals in Devon commemorating the Armistice Day, with mezzo-soprano Anna Prowse performing music by English composers related to WW1.
Next projects include solo recitals in London and Barcelona with music by Bach, Schubert and Mompou, and Lieder recitals around the UK and in South India. 
Originally from Barcelona, Neus has been based in London since 2015, where she has completed a Masters Degree at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She has had the privilege of receiving advice from many inspiring musicians such as Douglas Finch, Derek Aviss, Philip Fowke, Eugene Asti, Malcolm Martineau, and Pascal Rogé, to name just a few.