Isata Kanneh-Mason Concerts
Isata Kanneh-Mason is a highly talented and accomplished classical pianist hailing from the United Kingdom. Born on September 22, 1996, in Nottingham, England, Isata comes from a family of exceptional musical talent. She is the eldest sibling of seven musically gifted brothers and sisters, including the renowned cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason.
Isata began her musical journey at an early age, studying piano under the guidance of renowned teachers such as Patsy Toh and Carole Presland. Her dedication and exceptional skills led her to achieve remarkable accomplishments throughout her career.
In 2014, Isata was awarded the prestigious ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) International Scholarship for Outstanding Achievement. This recognition further solidified her reputation as one of the most promising young pianists in the UK. Additionally, she has been a recipient of numerous other awards, including the Royal Academy's Iris Dyer Piano Prize in 2017.
Isata's musical style can be described as passionate and expressive. Her performances showcase a deep emotional connection with the music she plays, captivating audiences with her virtuosity and sensitivity. With a diverse repertoire that spans across various eras and composers, she demonstrates versatility and mastery in each piece she performs.
Throughout her career, Isata has graced prestigious stages around the world, including Wigmore Hall in London and Carnegie Hall in New York City.