Tom, a Harrow School 11+  Peter Beckwith Scholar, 13+ Academic Scholar(1st place) , 13+ Music Scholar, Deno Leventis Classics Scholar and 2012 National Maths Challenge Final Winner, is our first Moonovian. He has just been accepted to Harvard University and Cambridge University to study Economics from September 2016.

The following are some of Tom's music videos. Hope his performances will inspire more potential music scholars.

Tom was selected from hundreds of young pianists nationwide to perform with the world-famous pianist Lang Lang at a concert which took place at the  Royal Festival Hall in May 2010. Lang Lang played a solo, accompanied by Tom and 5 other pianists to an audience of almost 3000 people.  



This is Tom, aged 14, performing The Lark by Glinka-Balakirev, at Harrow School Music Scholar concert, 2011. He only had a few weeks to prepare for this. 



This is Tom, aged 14, performing Sicilienne and Rigaudon at Harrow School Music Scholar concert  Nov 2011   

This is Tom, aged 12, performing The Prince by Frank Bridge, at the festival winners concert in Marlow 2009. 



This is Tom aged 12, performing Berceuse de la Poupée by Grovlez, at Wigmore Hall in London, 2009. 

Here is Tom, performing Six Variations on 'Nel cor piu non mi sento', WoO 70 by Beethoven, at a recital concert in London, re-learning after a 4 month break. 



This is Tom aged 11, performing Shostakovich - Concerto No.2, Op.102, Mvt.2 (1st piano), at the Royal Academy of Music. 



This is Tom, aged 8 years old, playing "Fur Elise" at a charity concert - his first performance.


 

This is Tom aged 12, performing Monti's Czardas at a school concert.


 

This is Tom aged 12, playing the 4th movement of Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole at a school concert.


 

This is Chanson de nuit, Op. 15 No. 1 by Elgar.

Performed by Tom, aged 11.


 

This is Youngsters Dance by Szelényi.

Performed by Tom, aged 11.