Samuel Dharma

  • MM (Rice)
  • Artist Diploma (RCM)
  • BMus/BA (UNSW)
  • L.Mus.A
  • A.Mus.A

Australian pianist Samuel Dharma is the winner of numerous piano competition awards in Australia, Canada and Germany. His playing has been described as “powerful” (Jungfrau Zeitung) with "an artistic sincerity and intensity which is compelling as well as rare" (Dr Robert Roux, Steinway Artist).

Samuel has given solo recitals and performed as chamber musician to audiences in Australia, Europe, and North America. His performances have been broadcasted by 2MBS FM. As soloist, he has performed with the UNSW Orchestra conducted by Steven Hillinger and Colin Piper. He is also the resident pianist at the Kawai Sydney International Masterclass Festival since 2015, performing works by Prof. Graham Hair and his composition students.

A graduate of the Glenn Gould School of the Royal Conservatory (Toronto, Canada) and Rice University (Houston, USA), Samuel has studied with many of the most important artist teachers in the world such as Leon Fleisher, Robert McDonald, John O'Conor, John Perry and Jacques Rouvier.

Since returning to Sydney in 2014, he has maintained a private teaching studio where he works with talented and dedicated students including prizewinners in local and international competitions as well as successful AMEB and Trinity diploma candidates. He is also a member of the piano faculty at the Conservatorium High School.

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Details last updated on December 26, 2021