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Professor Raymond Fischer
Lecturer and Tutor in Performance
Tutor of Advanced performance class.
Professor in Keyboard Faculty, Royal College of Music, London 1974-1999.
Teacher at University of Cambridge 1989-2001.
Teaching piano in many Colleges of University, since 1989.
Teaching piano and supporting studies in London.
- Relationship between performance of all instruments, including singing and the physical state of the body in its everyday activities.
- The Art of Performance.
- The Classical Sonata.
Concertos, Solo Recitals,Duo Sonatas and Larger Chamber Groups, Lieder Recitals in Britain and Abroad.
The College normally admits two students a year to read Music and also has two Organ Scholars in residence at any one time. Pembroke has a thriving musical society and attracts talented musicians from a wide range of academic disciplines.