Pedro López López is since 2015 lecturer and fellow teacher at the Royal Irish Academy of Music (RIAM) in Dublin. Currently, he teaches Harmony, Counterpoint and Piano, and lectures on Music History. Among his duties within the Musicianship Department, he is also a thesis supervisor for master students.
During the past years, his work at RIAM has include teaching an array of subjects such as Chamber Music (John Lynch String Quartet Project), Aural training, Music Theory and Orchestral Conducting for composition students. In addition to assisting the newly created RIAM Philharmonia, his duties at RIAM have also included conducting the ensembles in different workshops such as the Pierrot Project (with Alluna Ensemble), the Façade Project and performing Messiaen’s Oiseaux exotiques in the RIAM Podium Series.
Pedro has taught in different centres in Europe, including Learning Music (The Hague, NL), International School of The Hague (NL), British School’s Centre for Young Musicians (The Hague, NL) and Da Capo Music Foundation (London, UK).