Biography

London based pianist Neus Peris is emerging as an exciting artist to see thanks to her sensitivity and expression in performance. Taking interest in a wide range of composers, her versatile repertoire include works by Bach, Brahms, Mompou, Messiaen and Mussorgsky among others, as well as contemporary music.
Having also developed a solid reputation as a collaborative pianist, Neus has performed both solo and chamber music in venues and festivals in the UK, Denmark, Norway, Spain, France, Portugal and the US.
Past engagements include a solo recital for Borough New Music – presenting music by Green, Wilson and Finch along with giving a world premier of a commissioned work by KC Cheng-, a collaboration with EOS ensemble, with music by Arutunian and Ustvolskaya, and a tour with mezzo-soprano Anna Prowse commemorating the Armistice Day, performing music by English composers related to WW1.
Originally from Barcelona, Neus has been living in London since 2015, where she completed a Masters Degree at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She had the privilege of receiving advice from many inspiring musicians such as Douglas Finch, Eileen and Derek Aviss, Philip Fowke, Eugene Asti, Malcolm Martineau and Pascal Rogé, to name just a few.
Future projects include a tour in South India with tenor Lars Fischer, with whom Neus has been collaborating since 2015. Together they have performed in the UK, specialising in German and Scandinavian Lieder.