The young Latvian pianist Andrejs Osokins has established himself as brilliant pianist with a growing international reputation.

Andrejs, now 29, was accepted by the Latvian Academy of Music to study piano in 2003 where he won the Yamaha Scholarship Award.  Shortly afterwards he moved to England to continue his studies at Trinity College of Music, where he received both a Licentiate and Fellowship Diploma, along with the Trinity College Music Competition prize. In 2008, Andrejs joined the Royal Academy of Music's postgraduate programme under Hamish Milne, where he has won both the Lillian Davies and Christian Carpenter Piano Recital Prizes.
He has become an accomplished competitor in international piano competitions where he has picked up numerous prizes and awards. Andrejs is now a regular soloist, playing with prestigious orchestras at the world's top recital venues, including London's Wigmore Hall, Westminster Cathedral, St-Martin-in-the-Fields and Draper's Hall, the Birmingham Symphony Hall, La Monnaie in Brussels, Gasteig in Munich, the Great Guild Hall of Riga and Rachmaninov Hall in Moscow.