He studies at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama where he is awarded several prizes for his performance of the works of Beethoven, Mozart and John Ireland. After graduation, he continued studying for two years under the direction of Joan Havill, obtaining the Concert Recital Diploma.

He expanded his studies thanks to several scholarships, among which the Countess of Munster society stands out, to continue for three years at the Liszt Ferenc Academy in Budapest with Péter Solmos and Ferenc Rados. During this time he performed numerous concerts and won a prize in the Leo Weiner competition.

He makes his successful debut in the field of chamber music at London’s Wigmore Hall and as a soloist at the Purcell Room. Since 1990 the pianist Graham Jackson resides in Madrid where his professional activity is divided between concert and pedagogical.

He has performed in countries such as Poland, Russia, Portugal, Hungary, Germany, Switzerland, Holland, Jamaica etc. And in Spain he has played at the National Auditorium (Madrid), the Juan March Foundation, the Palau de la Música in Valencia, the Palau de Les Arts and has performed as a soloist with the Orchestra of the Community of Madrid. He has played with the Granada orchestra and with the RTVE Orchestra.

He is also regularly invited to teach courses and master classes. He has collaborated with eminent musicians such as Auréle Nicolet, William Bennet, Felix Ayo, Rivka Golani, Raphael Walfisch, and others. He has also recorded for national radio and television. He has worked at the Reina Sofía School of Music in the violin chair with Zakhar Bron and in the horn with Radovan Vlatkovic. He is currently a CATHEDRATIC OF Chamber Music at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Madrid.