Susan Tomes is a Scottish based pianist, chamber musician and teacher. More recently she embarked on a well received series of lecture-recitals, enabling her audiences to engage with the great classics on a new level. Susan has won numerous international awards, both on the concert platform and in the recording studio, including the 2013 Cobbett Medal for distinguished service to chamber music.
Her career encompasses solo, duo and chamber playing; she has been at the heart of the internationally admired ensembles Domus, the Gaudier Ensemble, and the Florestan Trio, winners of a Royal Philharmonic Society Award.
In the first half of her concert she will play the Impromptus and talk about Schubert’s superlative A major Sonata which she will perform after the interval.