United kingdom pianist Jonathan Plowright grew up in Yorkshire, and he attended Stonyhurst University in Lancashire. He examined piano with Alexander Kelly on the Royal University of Music in London, where he gained the silver medal. He also gained the silver medal from the Royal Abroad Group Competition. The receiver of a Fulbright Scholarship or grant, Plowright continuing his research with Julio Esteban on the Peabody Conservatory. He provided his initial recital at Carnegie Hall in 1984, and he produced his United kingdom debut at Wigmore Hall the next year. Since that time, he offers performed numerous major orchestras, like the London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Hallé, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Concert Orchestra, the British Chamber Orchestra, the Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra. He offers appeared numerous chamber ensembles, like the Brodsky Quartet, the Szymanowski Quartet, the Coull Quartet, as well as the Scottish Outfit, and he offers performed numerous prominent music artists, including Piers Street, Artur Pizarro, Frederic Chiu, Leslie Howard, Kathryn Stott, and Raphael Wallfisch. Plowright offers recorded thoroughly on Hyperion and BIS. He offers specific in the music from the Polish Romantics, and he offers recorded neglected functions by Paderewski, Stojowski, Zelenski, Zarzycki, and Rózycki, aswell as regular repertoire by Chopin and Brahms. Plowright can be a professor in the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Crisis, and acts as the top of keyboard research at the College or university of Chichester.