Norma Fisher is recognised internationally as one of Britain's leading pianists and teachers. She has played with many of the great orchestras of the world under leading conductors, and is regularly invited to appear with some of Europe's best-known chamber musicians.
A protégé of the eminent Greek pianist Gina Bachauer, and pupil of Ilona Kabos; at the age of 21 she was a top prize winner in the Busoni International Piano Competition and the same year shared the Piano Prize of the Harriet Cohen International Music Awards with Vladimir Ashkenazy.
In 1988 she founded and became Artistic Director of London Master Classes inviting many of her close colleagues to teach alongside her in London.
She holds the positions of Professor of Piano at the Royal College of Music in London and the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and also gives masterclasses in many parts of the world. She is much in demand as a jury member of many major international piano competitions.