Adrian began his musical studies at the age of seven when he joined his local church choir. His love for the piano began shortly after joining, where he received his first piano lessons. Adrian's talent was immediately spotted and remarkable progress led to early successes in competitions and music festivals.
His love in particular for music of the Romantic Period, brought Adrian his first victory where he was awarded first place at the Chelmsford Competitive Festival of Music for the 'Roots trophy' (2007) playing works by Chopin.
In 2008, Adrian was successful in gaining a place to study at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London, where he completed his BMus (Hons) and Master's (MMus) degrees studying under Alexander Ardakov. During his studies, Adrian was active in performing in concerts, master classes and competitions. Whilst only in his second year, Adrian was winner of the much sought after Alfred Kitchin Piano Competition (2010), playing works by Schumann.
Since completing his studies, Adrian has embarked on an international career, performing in numerous countries such as Russia, Germany, Austria, Madeira and Italy.
Amongst the many awards achieved by him, the following stand out:
Adrian has participated in many master classes with distinguished pianists such as Peter Donohoe, Melvyn Tan and William Howard, and currently enjoys a busy career, performing regularly across the UK and throughout Europe. His repertoire stretches from Bach to the Twentieth Century with a particular interest in the life and works of Robert Schumann.