Piano À Deux Lite


Come on a fun journey
Laced with humorous stories
Starting with a teasing programme title
Spiced with scintillating original music arranged by us

“I’m sure the Royal Family would love this!” Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden


About Us

Robert Stoodley and Linda Ang (Piano duo)
Photograph by Ian Wilson

Robert and Linda first met on a dating website in 2007. They discovered a huge amount in common and married in 2008.

Their comedy, virtuosity and music arranging skills have been put into action in ‘Piano À Deux’, created in 2010.

Dazzling dexterity
Spicy programmes tailored to taste
Familiar favourites with an original twist
Humorous verbal links creating a warm rapport

Watch this duo become a household name.


Robert Stoodley

Robert studied with Dorothea Law, who was a student of Paul Baumgartner and Alfred Brendel (Vienna). He has performing and teaching diplomas from the Royal College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music (London).

Robert, a linguist, studied Hindi instead of Chinese, not knowing that he would one day marry a Mandarin speaker. Combining linguistic and musical studies, he gained the Premier Prix at the Conservatoire de Lyon (France), has broadcast on BBC Radio 4, and given recitals and concerto performances throughout the UK.

Some of Robert’s songs have been published and are sung throughout the world. Some have been recorded, the most recent recording being “St. Michael-le-Belfrey – the Vinyl Years”.

Linda Ang Stoodley

Singapore-born pianist Linda read a B.Mus. at Edinburgh, and obtained several diplomas before relocating to London’s Guildhall School of Music. She became a prize winner with awards like the Royal-Overseas League Accompanist’s Prize and was harpsichordist of the Guildhall String Ensemble when they won the Internationales Jeunesses Musicales Competition (Belgrade). Their European tour ended in Spain where Linda performed Bach’s Fifth Brandenburg Concerto with world renowned flautist Jean-Pierre Rampal.

Linda has since focused on the piano, and performed extensively in the UK, Europe, Mauritius and Singapore; on Dutch and Mauritius television, Radio Scotland, Radio Oxford, Radio 3; and live on Classic FM and Premier Radio. She has recorded with several artistes and has released seven CDs of her own.

Linda was featured in the Singapore “Straits Times” and the Singapore Airlines In-flight Magazine and as cover girl for “Woman Alive” magazine.

In 2002, Janet Fairlie and Linda created “Diva, Diva” delighting cruise line passengers on Crystal, Cunard, Holland America & Regent Sevenseas. Then, in 2005, each Diva stepped out, Janet into London’s West End, and Linda to touring with her solo shows through which she met with critical acclaim on land as well as on luxury cruise lines like Silversea & Seabourn.

Featured CD


“Dein Ist Mein Ganzes Herz” by Franz Lehar

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  • “Linda Ang’s wide range of sensitively applied keyboard colours”.
    Recital at the Wigmore Hall.

    - Geoffrey Norris, Daily Telegraph -
  • “Singapore-born Linda Ang, a sparkling and dextrous pianist, whose delicacy of touch and fleetness of fingerwork made an important contribution to the enjoyment of the songs…..”
    Recital at the Fairfield Halls, Croydon.

    - Ida Holmes-Moss, Croydon Advertiser -
  • “…..this is a delightful disc of sparkling arrangements, charmingly played.”
    Review of Strictly not Bach CD

    - Robert Hugill, www.planethugill.com -
  • “…with Linda Ang’s fluent atmospheric accompaniments to help her…”
    Maggie Teyte Prizewinners’ Concert, Wigmore Hall

    - Alan Blyth, Daily Telegraph -
  • “In this delightful concert, pianist Linda Ang (whose relatively small fingers move with amazing speed across the keyboard and who manages to create a sound that easily fills the by no means intimate space of St. Andrew’s and St. George’s Church)…..”
    Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2006

    - Janet Polson , The Herald -
  • “He played Bach, Beethoven & Chopin …with a fine understanding of what they are all about.”

    - Gordon Pullin in the Yorkshire Evening Press

    on Robert Stoodley -

  • “Bach …was played with a refined and controlled neatness.”

    - Jo Rothwell in the Yorkshire Evening Press

    on Robert Stoodley -