She went to the Royal College of Music and won the LPO concerto competition.
Shortly afterwards, she made her debut with the London Philharmonic in Beethoven’s 3rd Piano Concerto.
One of the highlights of her career was playing Bach’s Goldberg variations at the Besancon Festival in 2001.
Her recordings of the Goldberg Variations won critical acclaim. However, she remained relatively unknown.
Critics agree that her interpretations of Haydn and Bach’s music bring the music to life in haunting, eloquent and illuminating ways.