Ed Hodgkinson

Ed Hodgkinson
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Ed Hodgkinson is a graduate of the highly acclaimed Birmingham Conservatoire, graduating with a BMus (Honours) degree in classical piano performance in 2006. During his time at the conservatoire he studied under the Head of the Keyboard department Professor Malcolm Wilson and Victor Sangiorgio


Ed Hodgkinson is a pianist and teacher based in the Nottingham area of the UK.


Ed is available for private piano tuition, exam accompaniment, private functions, concerts, weddings, background music and classical recitals.

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  • West Bridgefield, Nottinghamshire NG2
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Qualification: BMus(Hons)

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