Glen Inanga


Following graduation from Clare College, University of Cambridge where he read Engineering , Nigerian-born Glen Inanga, studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London, where he won several awards including the prestigious Overseas Research Students Scheme (ORS) Award. He holds the M.Mus. degree of the University of London with distinction in Piano Performance and was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM) in 2003.

As an international concert pianist soloist, he gave his New York début in September 2000, performing Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue to a capacity audience in Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Centre receiving rave reviews.

His piano duo partnership with Jennifer Micallef (the Micallef-Inanga Piano Duo) is reputed to be amongst the most outstanding piano duos worldwide and continues to make an increasing impact on an ever-widening international audience. Their prizes include 1st Prize in the Ninth International Schubert Piano Duo Competition (1995), RTZ-CRA Ensemble Prize in the Royal Overseas League Competition (London,1996), the 45th ARD International Competition for Piano Duos (Munich, 1996) and the 7th Murray Dranoff International Two Piano Competition (Miami, 1999).

He is currently a Senior Lecturer at the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI). As an educator, Mr Inanga is in constant demand as a specialist coach for piano duos and provides adjudication for piano duo competitions at leading international music conservatoires. In addition, he has presented Lecture Recitals at international symposia in the UK and Asia and works on special research projects relating to rarely performed and recorded works in the piano duo repertory as well as other genres.

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Glen Inanga
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