Francis King

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Pianist and Keyboardist with the Ulster Orchestra for many years, I teach in the City of Belfast School of Music, the Ulster College of Music (Windsor Avenue, Belfast) and in Bangor Co Down. I teach piano to all ages, children and adults, from beginners through to advanced and diploma students, and also the full range of Theory and Aural training. I accompany graded exams and diplomas, GCSE and A-level exams in schools in the Greater Belfast and Bangor areas..
Many years teaching piano in Queen’s University, Belfast and the New University of Ulster at Jordanstown, playing in recitals and recordings for BBC Northern Ireland, accompanying some of the finest instrumentalists and singers in the UK and Ireland and Repetiteur with Opera Northern Ireland.


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  • Bangor, County Down
    Northern Ireland
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Qualification: FTCL LRAM MA BMus Hons

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