Honorary members are distinguished musicians and educators in their field who have shown great support and made important contributions to The Musique Loft. This honor is by invitation only.
Adam Gyorgy Celine Goh Frank Demeglio
Adam Gyorgy is regarded as one of the finest pianists in the world, and the Liszt ambassador in his home country, Hungary. He is also known for his inspirational improvisations on his recitals. His music career started at age four. While he was studying under Katalin Halmagyi, he was accepted to the Bela Bartok Conservatory of Budapest in 1994. Gyorgy won the National Youth Piano Competition in 1998, and also, won the Hungary's Pianist 2000 award two years later. more
Celine Goh is the general manager at Steinway Gallery Singapore, and is responsible for the overall development of the business. Celine prides herself in an all-rounded holistic approach to managing the gallery; setting the direction and being the primary driving force for the Steinway Team while simultaneously ensuring that she is well informed of even the most minor intricate. more
Frank Demeglio is a classical music teacher, lecturer, and writer. He has taught part-time at LASALLE since 2003 and joined the faculty in 2009. Of particular interest to Frank is the efficient technical approach to the keyboard that aligns with sound biomechanical principals, especially with respect of injury prevention and cure. more
Lily Chiam Rickie Oui Steven Spooner
Lily was born in Kuala Belait, Brunei Darussalam. Having been caught on camera as early as 6 months old playing on a toy piano, Lily's love for music has grown into a great passion for life and the expression of the arts for all. more
Rickie Oui, a master teacher, pianist and violinist. His training has its roots in the traditions of great teachers: Ralph Vaughan Williams, Gordon Jacobs, Arthur Benjamin, and Stewart Macpherson, Percy Buck, and Archille Rivarde who taught his father. more
Critics and audiences have unanimously hailed the distinctive and compelling performances of naxos recording artist Steven Spooner describing him as "a pianist in the tradition that many believe died with the likes of Horowitz, Arrau, Bolet, Cziffra, and Wild. His talent, to my ears, is easily the equal of most major pianists of today" (fanfare magazine). more
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