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Conference 2019

October 8-11, 2019

Glen Inanga

Music Director, Arts & Humanities,
University College of the Cayman Islands

Mr. Inanga is an Assistant Professor in the Arts and Humanities Department at UCCI.

Following graduation from Clare College, University of Cambridge, as a British 8Council Scholar where he read the Engineering Tripos and received his Master of Arts degree, Mr. Inanga studied with Martin Roscoe at the Royal Academy of Music, London, UK, where he won several awards including the prestigious Overseas Research Students Scheme (ORS) Award. He holds the M.Mus. degree of the University of London with distinction in Piano Performance and was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM). He also holds the Diploma of Advanced Studies with Merit in Piano Performance, the Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music (LRAM) - the exclusive teaching diploma of Britain’s most senior conservatoire - and an MBA specialising in Marketing and Strategy.

He has performed internationally with orchestras as concert pianist soloist, as duo pianist with the multi-award winning Micallef-Inanga Duo as well as chamber musician collaborating in recordings on the Sono Luminus label with Grammy Award winning artists, Eliesha Nelson and John McLaughlin Williams.  In February 2004, the Micallef-Inanga Piano Duo as Artistic Directors successfully launched the first ever Cayman Arts Festival in the Cayman Islands held annually. 

Mr. Inanga has presented Lecture Recitals at international symposia in the UK and Asia and works on special research projects relating to rarely performed and recorded works in the piano duo repertory as well as other genres


BACH to the Future

An interactive session exploring the co-dependent relationship between music engineering and the creative process of musical composition. What might the future look like?