Brian began his pianistic
career as a child prodigy, giving his first
concerts at 8 and embarking on a full performing career at 10. Having
won several competitions, he became an Australian Broadcasting
Commission Young Artist at 10, and gave 67 concerts all over Australia
as part of the ABC concert series. Arriving in London in 1966, he won 2
Arts Council scholarships for his playing.
His classical career has since
seen him performing in Germany, Italy, Greece,
France, Morocco, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Norway, Singapore,
Australia, New Caledonia, La Réunion, the UK and the USA. He has played
in most UK concert halls both as a soloist and accompanist, working
with such artists as Kiri Te Kanawa, Stuart Burrows and MacHenry
Boatwright. He has performed at Royal Galas in London and Windsor, and
was a soloist at the London Coliseum in the Save The Titian concert.
Overseas, he has accompanied singers such as Montserrat Caballe and
He has also been a concert
pianist for variety shows featuring Roy Orbison, Frankie Vaughan, Dick
Emery, Frankie Howerd, Bruce Forsyth and Victor Borge.