Lucy Rose Murphy is currently studying an MA in Music Education and Performance at Trinity Laban under the pianist Sergio Simone. Her time studying at Trinity Laban has stimulated her passion for music further and has greatly developed her skills as both a performer and an accompanist. Lucy has participated in masterclasses with renowned pianists Pascal Roge and Alexander Ardakov and has performed in various festivals and competitions. She was awarded First Prize at the Ealing Music Festival in 2014, as well as gaining a Commendation at the Beethoven Sonata Festival at the ORNC in 2015. Further successes include being a finalist at the 2017 Essex Young Musician of the Year competition as well at The French Song Competition, The AESS Competition and The English Song Competition all in 2018. In March 2018, her duo ‘Sirens’ with soprano Juliette Koch performed at the Debussy Festival at the ORNC. Lucy was filmed by Classic FM in 2017 and 2018 both as a soloist and as a duo ‘Sirens’ and most recently was selected to be the repetiteur and orchestral pianist for Trinity Laban’s Summer Opera ‘The Rape of Lucretia’ by Britten which will premier in Stratford Circus in July. Alongside her studies, Lucy has been teaching the piano privately for six years and in January 2018 began working at The Conservatoire in Blackheath delivering music theory, individual and group piano classes.