White, Craig

Craig White gained a BA in Music at St Catherine’s College, Oxford in 2005. Following a Postgraduate Diploma in Piano Accompaniment at the Royal Academy of Music, studying with Michael Dussek and Diana Ketler, he has recently been Fellow in Piano Accompaniment at the Royal College of Music. 

His Wigmore Hall debut was in October 2010, with oboist James Turnbull. In 2011, he toured Japan with soprano Erika Colon, and conducted London Youth Opera's The Magic Flute. In 2012, Craig won the accompanist prize at the centenary Kathleen Ferrier Awards, following accompanist prizes at the Thelma King Awards, Great Elm Vocal Awards and AESS Finals.

Craig has worked as staff accompanist at the prestigious Kronberg Academy and Aix-en-Provence Académie, collaborating with  artists such as Dame Kiri te Kanawa, Waltraud Meier, Mihaela Martin and Donald Weilerstein.

In much demand as an chamber musician and accompanist for singers and instrumentalists, Craig spent 2015 living in Germany, working for the Köln Hochschule für Musik und Tanz. He also toured the UK with Russian violinist Adelia Myslov and appeared with soprano Eleanor Dennis performing Mozart arias for BBC programme "The Joy of Mozart". Recently, he performed on Radio 3 in a live soundtrack performance of Daniel Elms’ ‘Bethia’ as part of the Hull New Music Biennial. 

Craig works every year as an official accompanist at the Schiermonnikoog Kamermuziek masterclasses in Holland, and the Rencontres Musicales Internationales d'Enghien in Belgium. In 2017 he adjudicated the Con Brio Piano Competition in Mumbai, India and for the past two years has been official accompanist for the Voksenasen Masterclass series in Oslo, Norway. He was recently awarded an Associateship of the Royal Academy of Music in London. 



Craig White

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Five Preludes for violin & piano

Debussy / White
"...La sérénade interrompue" for vn & vc
Debussy / White
arr. from Preludes for Solo Piano - Book I No.IX