Lawrence Estrey, originally from Lancashire but now in London, studied music at Dartington College of Arts in Devon. He specialised in piano, composition and musicological research, and graduated with Honours. Later, he won the Fritz Gottlieb Memorial Scholarship for Piano and studied with Vera Yelverton in London.
He has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (St Mary’s Cathedral) and the Edinburgh University’s Reid Concert Hall. Other concert venues include Central Baptist Church (Bloomsbury) for the International Recital Series, Sutton House, St Lawrence Jewry, St Magnus the Martyr, St Bride’s Fleet Street, The Barnfield Theatre (Exeter) and The Palace Avenue Theatre (Paignton). He has also played on French waters (Schubert)!
A writer, Lawrence has published two crime novels, Secrets, and EggHead (YA).
In another life, Lawrence taught piano and theory, helped out with a North London choir, and spent a couple of months at Hoxton Hall, a community theatre in Hackney.
Languages Spoken: French and German, Basic Russian.