Michael Dussek’s Students
Michael Dussek teaches Piano Accompaniment and Chamber Music at London’s Royal Academy of Music. He also teaches privately. Michael’s former students are now at the forefront of the British musical scene as piano soloists, accompanists, chamber musicians and conductors. They have performed as concerto soloist at the Proms and the Royal Festival hall, conducted at Covent Garden and New York’s Metropolitan Opera, and are frequent recitalists at the Wigmore Hall and at all other major British concert venues, receiving the highest critical accolades.
His students have been selected as BBC New Generation Artists and have been multiple winners of YCAT and of all the British Piano Accompaniment prizes, such as the Wigmore Hall, Kathleen Ferrier, Gerald Moore, Maggie Teyte, Richard Tauber and Royal Overseas League Awards. They have also been successful in international competitions such as Thomas Quasthoff’s Das Lied Competition in Berlin.
Michael’s Chamber Music students at the Royal Academy of Music have won the following awards:
Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition
Osaka International Chamber Music Competition
International Trio Competition of the Frankfurt Commerzbank
BBC New Generation Scheme
Young Concert Artists Trust
Pinerolo International Chamber Music Competition
Philharmonia/Martin Musical Trust Chamber Music Award
Royal Overseas League Best Ensemble
Royal Overseas League Best Ensemble Pianist
Park Lane Group
Kirckman Concert Society
Michael Dussek has given Masterclasses at the Universität der Künste as part of the Europäisches Liedforum 2006: at the St Petersburg Conservatory as part of the “Three Centuries of Classic Romance” Festival-Competition and at the Hannover Hochschule.
In the UK he acted as Piano Consultant on Sir Thomas Allen’s English Song Course at the Britten-Pears School in Aldeburgh in 2009, and has been a Tutor on the Tunnell Trust Chamber Music Course in Blair Atholl, Scotland. He has also given Masterclasses on the Purcell School Chamber Music Course.