John Granger Fisher has established himself as one of Australia's leading concert pianists. He has won numerous Australian piano competitions and awards,and is also a winner of UK, US and international prizes. John was unanimously awarded the Royal College of Music Gold Medal for piano – the Chappell Medal - which led to recital engagements throughout the UK. In Australia, John studied at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University with Natasha Vlassenko and Oleg Stepanov. In the US, he studied at the Hartt School, University of Hartford and took lessons from Oxana Yablonskaya and Boris Berman. In 2014 John graduated with the RCM Artist Diploma after studying with Vanessa Latarche.
John has received high praise for his virtuoso artistry. He has given solo recitals at prestigious venues around the world including Carnegie Hall, New York and Wigmore Hall, London. He has appeared as soloist on many occasions and toured with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra. An experienced chamber musician, John has performed with UK, US and Australian ensembles. In recent years, following postgraduate studies at the Royal College of Music with Vanessa Latarche, John has been based in London, where he has given many recitals.