Rising star, Jordanian-Palestinian pianist Iyad Sughayer, has already been invited to perform as soloist with many leading orchestras including the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, the European Union Chamber Orchestra, the Manchester Camerata as well as the Cairo and Amman Symphony Orchestras. He has performed on the stage of the Bridgewater Hall, the Stoller Hall – where Iyad made his debut on BBC Radio 3 – the Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Steinway Hall New York, Castleton Festival Virginia, Kings Place and Wigmore Hall in London. After studying with Mohammed Sidiq in Jordan, Iyad pursued his studies at Chetham’s School of Music in the UK with Marie Louise Taylor and Murray McLachlan. He then graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music as a scholar and from the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance where he was awarded the prestigious Trinity Laban Gold Medal. In 2018, he returned to the RNCM to complete the International Artist Diploma with Murray McLachlan, Martino Tirimo and Graham Scott. As a 2019 City Music Foundation Artist, Iyad is about to embark on a series of recitals in the UK, Europe and the Middle East and is very proud to announce the release of his first album featuring the solo works of Khachaturian with BIS records.
For more information, please visit Iyad Sughayer's website.