Joseph Cavalli-Price


Welsh-Italian pianist Joseph Cavalli-Price is studying Piano Accompaniment with Michael Dussek, Joseph Middleton and Malcolm Martineau at the Royal Academy of Music. In 2022, he attained a Master's with Distinction and DipRAM for an outstanding final recital. He previously graduated with first-class honours in Vocal and Opera Performance and a DipABRSM in Vocal Tuition from the Royal Welsh College of Music.

Joseph is an Oxford Lieder, Leeds Lieder and Live Music Now Young Artist and the winner of the Pianist Prizes at the; 2022 Mozart Singing Competition, the 2022 Kathleen Ferrier Society Bursary Awards, 2022 National Eisteddfod of Wales, and at RAM; the Major Van Someren-Godfrey English Song, the Flora Nielsen Recital and the Jacob Barnes Collaborative Piano prizes.

Joseph made his Wigmore Hall debut in January 2023 and his Oxford Lieder debut in 2022 with critics praising how "the duo performed with complete authority... [that] communicated so well with, it seemed, every member of the audience". In 2023, as an Elton John Global Exchange Scholar, he will study at the National Conservatoire of Paris with acclaimed pianist, Susan Manoff. Later in 2023, he makes his debut at the Internationaal Lied Festival in Zeist.

He has accompanied masterclasses with, among others, Dame Sarah Connolly, Wolfgang Holzmair, Graham Johnson OBE, Christopher Maltman, Florian Boesch, Christian Gerhaher, Hartmut Höll, and Susan Manoff.

A talented ensemble singer, Joseph was a member of Harry Christophers' The Sixteen Young Artist Scheme "Genesis Sixteen" for 2019/2020 and held Choral Scholarships with Llandaff Cathedral and St David’s Metropolitan Cathedral Choirs and the BBC National Chorus of Wales.

A passionate music facilitator, Joseph is a Live Music Now Artist and in 2021, founded ‘Music in Hospices’ bringing the joy of live music to palliative care settings.

Joseph is grateful for the ongoing support of Help Musicians UK, the Ryan Davies Memorial Award and the James Pantyfedwen Foundation.

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