Nicola Brazier

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  • Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP30 0PS
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I trained as a pianist at the Royal College of Music, ( Junior and Senior Departments), and The Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, ( Postgraduate).

I am a skilled sight reader and experienced accompanist for soloists, choirs and in the field of musical theatre.

I have extensive experience of accompanying for music exams from the early grades to Diploma level. All disciplines, voice, instrumental and musical theatre.

I have accompanied choirs in both a rehearsal pianist capacity and for concerts.

I have been official accompanist for music festivals nationwide and also higher level competitions accompanying singers and instrumentalists.

Additionally I have a wealth of experience playing for rehearsals and auditions for musical theatre.


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An accompanist is a musician who plays an accompaniment part. Accompanists often play keyboard instruments (e.g., piano, pipe organ, synthesizer or, in folk music and traditional styles, a guitar. A number of classical pianists have found success as accompanists rather than soloists; arguably the best known example is Gerald Moore, well known as a Lieder accompanist. In some American schools, the title "collaborative pianist" (or collaborative artist) is replacing the title accompanist, because in many art songs and contemporary classical music songs, the piano part is complex and demands an advanced level of musicianship and technique. The term accompanist also refers to a musician typically a pianist who plays for singers, dancers, and other performers at an audition or rehearsal, but who does not necessarily participate in the ensemble that plays for the final performance which could be an orchestra or a big band.