Frances Wilson LTCL

“A confident and fluent pianist with an authoritative interpretative standpoint”

Frances Wilson is a London-based pianist, teacher, writer and blogger on pianism, music and art as The Cross-Eyed Pianist. In addition to running a popular private piano teaching practice, Frances is a keen concert-goer and writes music reviews for international concert and opera listings site Bachtrack.com and art and music reviews for US-based culture and arts site Culturevulture.net.

A regular columnist for 'Pianist' magazine’s online content, Frances also contributes guest posts to other classical music websites around the world.

Frances is a passionate advocate of amateur pianists and co-hosts, with Lorraine Liyanage, the London Piano Meetup Group, which organises performance and social events for adult amateur pianists in London. She is also co-founder and curator of the South London Concert Series, an innovative new concert concept which brings professional and amateur musicians together in the same formal concert setting.

Currently studying with Penelope Roskell (Trinity-Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance), Frances has also attended masterclasses with Murray McLachlan, Carlo Grante and Norma Fisher, and taken private tuition from Graham Fitch and James Lisney.