Ruth K Minton
Ruth K Minton
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Who Is Ruth Minton?
As an active performer, Ruth maintained a performance calendar alongside her academic teaching. She performed a solo and chamber programme for the Evesham Music Society Summer Programme in 2014 as well as numerous concerts across Cambridgeshire, the Midlands and the North West as a soloist, accompanist and ensemble pianist.
Ruth’s expertise as a performer are utilised at both the Birmingham Junior Conservatoire and Liverpool Hope University. At the Conservatoire she coaches young pianists in ensemble performance and accompaniment. At Hope University she works with the Masters students as a pianist, in both an accompanying and ensemble role.
Additionally Ruth continues to undertake regular performance engagements, most recently performing Piazzolla’s Four Seasons for Piano Trio at the Cornerstone Music Festival in Liverpool.
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Happy New Year! I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and holiday season. We had quite a mild Christmas this year, but it did result in some fantastic sunsets. This blog’s picture is the sunset across Staffordshire, my home county. I realise that I keep apologising...
We’re at the end of October already, time has been making fools of us all once again. Apologies it’s been so long. The summer months were filled with research and writing, as well as moving house. My PhD is progressing and I’m busy writing my literature review and...
I realise it's been a while, very remiss of me not posting in so long. It's been a busy few months. The academic year came to a close at Liverpool Hope University and the Birmingham Junior Conservatoire. It was a nostalgic day leaving the old Conservatoire building,...
Last week I performed in an MA recital with Laurence (violinist) and Roger (cellist). It was a contemporary programme, a bit different for me, finishing with Piazolla’s Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas (Four Seasons) for piano trio. The recital went well and it’s been...