Ángela Pagán | Meet the Piano teachers | Hampstead Piano Academy
Ángela Pagán is one of our piano teachers at Hampstead Piano Academy. Listen to her performing some Spanish piano music.
Ángela Pagán studied at Villena Professional Conservatoire of Music and Dance with José Fernando Sirera, while completing her training in Ricardo Requejo’s piano seminar. Afterwards, she was awarded her Bachelor Degree from Bonifacio Gil High Conservatoire of Music in Badajoz, where she was a pupil of Ángel Sanzo. She has also studied with Nino Kereselidze at Katarina
Gurska High Performance School and she holds a Master’s Degree and a Postgraduate Diploma with High Distinction from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, under the tutelage of Mikhail Kazakevich and Martino Tirimo.
Ángela enjoys collaborating with other musicians, exploring both chamber and contemporary repertoire. She has established a piano duo with Mario Ahijado with whom she has performed in several venues and festivals. She studied contemporary music with pianist Manuel Escalante and composer Novel Sámano, performing alongside them in Badajoz’s Contemporary Music Festival, where she premiered works by composers such as Valentín Ruíz, Gustavo Díaz-Jerez and David Isaac Frankel.
She has attended masterclasses with internationally-renowned pianists: Josep Colom, Alexander Kandelaki, Luca Chiantore, Claudio Martínez Mehner, Andrew Zolinsky, Jura Margulis, Dina Parakhina, Gabrielle Baldocci, Jerome Rose, Margaret Fingerhut, Mikhail Kazakevich, Elena Riu, Pascal Rogé and others.
Ángela has performed in venues such as the Chapí Theatre in Villena, the Conde Duque Auditorium and Palacio de Cibeles in Madrid, the Clemente Hall in Valencia and the Steinway Hall in London, to name but a few.
Competition success has seen her claim awards such as first prize in Villa de Caudete Competition of Young Artists, first prize in Villamalea Soloists Competition, second prize in Quintanar del Rey Young Soloists Competition, DKV Seguros Grant, The Henry Wood Fund, The Trinity Laban Hardship Fund, The Jimmie Cross Prize, The Weingarten Prize for piano and The Alfred Kitchin
Ángela believes in constantly developing and improving her craft. She loves music and loves sharing her passion. She wants to pass this enthusiasm onto her students and has founded her own piano school in Hampstead, London.