PIANIST & PRESENTER
Jack Tyndale-Biscoe’s unorthodox musical background spans three continents, two instruments and encompasses performances from Bach to Britten.
Jack Tyndale-Biscoe’s sold-out debut at the Royal Albert Hall (Elgar Room) in November 2022, was hailed as demonstrating “true technical mastery,” with “playing of masterly authority and control.”
(The Keyboard Charitable Trust)
As a soloist, Jack Tyndale-Biscoe has performed to much acclaim at some of the UK's most prestigious classical music venues: Steinway Hall UK (Beethoven Society of Europe), Fairfield Halls (Yamaha Music), St. James Piccadilly (Talent Unlimited UK) and the Jacqueline du Prè Concert Hall at the University of Oxford, as well as internationally in cities in Australia, USA, Germany, Spain and Italy.
As an official Talent Unlimited UK and DEBUT Classical Artist, during the 2023 season, Jack will be performing at concert venues across the United Kingdom, the United States and Europe and recording his debut album with KNS Classical entitled: "The Divine Spark of Bach."
Recent prizes include: 1st prize at the Croydon Performing Arts Competition, The International Mendelssohn-Akademie Festival in Leipzig, 1st Piano Prize at the International Albéniz Music Festival (Catalunya,) a top prize at the Kings Peak International Music Competition (USA) and 1st prize for the Concerto Competition with the BYU-I Symphony Orchestra (USA.)
With a keen interest in Catalan Composers, in particular the music of Albéniz, Granados and Mompou, Jack has performed in Barcelona multiple times, having recently played at the International "Albéniz" Music Festival in the composer's birth-town of Camprodon, Catalunya.
He has been invited back to the festival as a guest-artist in 2023.
His featured live performances of Albéniz's Iberia Book One have been broadcasted multiple times on WUSF Radio 89.7 FM, Classical Radio.
Jack Tyndale-Biscoe also presents regular Interactive Music Experiences through his project MeloDictum, where he combines words, visual presentations and music to produce unique artistic experiences. He has presented most recently at the Westminster Music Library Hall and the Royal College of Music's Parry Rooms. Jack Tyndale-Biscoe serves currently as Artistic Director of MeloDictum.
With great passion for the art of piano teaching, resulting from his unique background as an autodidact, Jack T-B became an Associate Lecturer at BYU-I, before he and his wife, Marta Brossa Ordóñez, (Catalan pianist and pedagogue) moved to London, where they now reside.
They are both currently Co-Directors of Maison Musicale.
Jack Tyndale-Biscoe holds degrees and diplomas from the Australian International Conservatorium of Music/Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Sydney, Brigham Young University-Idaho and the Royal College of Music in London, with additional studies undertaken at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater at the Leipzig Conservatory. Over the last decade, Jack T-B owes much to an intense musical instruction from his three main mentors: Dr. Stephen Thomas, Dina Parakhina and Danny Driver, as well as masterclasses and mentorship from the top-prizewinners of the Van Cliburn, Gina Bachauer, William Kapell, Leeds, Cleveland International, Maria Canals and Paloma O’Shea Santander competitions.
“Beautifully shaped and with a technical prowess that carried the music ‘on wings of song’."
CHRISTOPHER AXWORTHY (The Keyboard Charitable Trust London)
Fleet Street, London
BLÜTHNER PIANO CENTRE
UPCOMING PERFORMANCES ARE UPDATED
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MeloDictum is a project that provides a unique, personal and interactive music experience.
MeloDictum explores meaningful connections between music and words in Live and Online platforms.
Through these interactive music experiences, a specific work, genre, and/or composer may be discussed, presented, performed and analysed, thus creating a profound understanding of the context of the piece/s before, during or after the performance.
2023 MeloDictum Interactive Music experiences available for hire in Live Performance: