Enyi – piano and saxophone teacher

Enyi started learning the piano aged 5, the saxophone aged 12 and percussion aged 9. He is currently in his second-year reading Law at the University of Bristol and is heavily involved with music making at the University. Whilst being a member of both the University Symphony Orchestra and University Symphonic Winds, Enyi currently conducts the Bristol University Symphonia and conducted the University Chamber Orchestra during his first-year and on their tour to Budapest. Enyi has performed and conducted at several prestigious concert venues both in the UK and internationally including the Royal Albert Hall, LSO St Luke’s and Esztergom Basilica. In 2017, he founded the North London Orchestra, a student orchestra consisting of advanced secondary school, university, junior and senior conservatoire musicians.

Alongside this, Enyi has a passion for teaching and helping others understand and enjoy music as well as helping students reach their potential. He is a friendly, relaxed but passionate musician who can’t wait to inspire a new set of students!