Pianist Harriet Stubbs performs works to be announced.
Stubbs began playing at the age of three, performing publicly a year later. At the age of five, she had a full scholarship from Elsie & Leonard Cross Memorial Foundation to the Guildhall School of Music, studying under the late professor emeritus Jimmy Gibb. At the age of seven, she had completed Grade Eight with distinction.
For her undergraduate degree, Stubbs studied with Douglas Finch at Trinity College of Music while maintaining a full professional career. She moved to New York City at the age of 22 to pursue her master's degree at Manhattan School of Music and to build a career in North America and Canada. She became the pianist in residence at New York's Oracle Club, premiered the chamber reduction of Mahler's first Symphony with the Metro Chamber Orchestra, and performed at Steinway Hall. A Yamaha Artist, Stubbs has just finished recording her first commercial album, produced by multi-Grammy award-winning producer Russ Titelman and featuring Marianne Faithful.