Described as “tirelessly seeking to improve her piano playing and musical knowledge in the search for perfection” by Nino Kereselidze, Ángela Pagán holds a Master’s Degree and a Postgraduate Diploma with High Distinction from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, under the tutelage of Mikhail Kazakevich and Martino Tirimo. She received her Bachelor Degree from Bonifacio Gil High Conservatoire of Music in Badajoz, where she studied with Ángel Sanzo. She was also a student of Nino Kereselidze in Katarina Gurska High Performance School.
Ángela has achieved considerable success obtaining awards such as first prize in the Villa de Caudete Competition of Young Artists, first prize in the Villamalea Soloists Competition, second prize in the Quintanar del Rey Young Soloists Competition, DKV Seguros Grant, The Henry Wood Fund, The Trinity Laban Hardship Fund, The Jimmie Cross Prize, The Weingarten Prize for piano and The Alfred Kitchin Scholarship.
Ángela loves music and loves sharing her passion. She wants to pass this enthusiasm onto her students and has founded her own piano academy in London.