Ronan Apcar is a pianist and composer quickly garnering a reputation of versatility, edge, and tenacity. Unafraid to experiment and challenge norms, his experience and fluency across all kinds of music – jazz to the avant-garde, classical to house music – translates into his exciting work as a musician. Described as “a talent far beyond his age” (Limelight Magazine) and a nominee for the prestigious Freedman Fellowship, Ronan is best known for his work in contemporary and new music – particularly by Australian composers. He has performed in concerts, festivals, and both intimate and large-scale venues across Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, and regional NSW, and his debut album, Dulcie Holland Crescent, was one of the ABC’s featured albums.

Ronan currently studies at the Australian National Academy of Music under Timothy Young.