Born in Hong Kong in 1999 of Nigerian-Filipino descent, Adam was a chorister at Gloucester Cathedral Choir, under the directorship of the English conductor Adrian Partington. Later he was awarded a full scholarship, courtesy of the UK Government’s Music and Dance Scheme, to study with Hilary Coates at Wells Cathedral School, a specialist music school.
Whilst a student at Wells he unanimously won First Prize at The Beethoven Piano Society of Europe’s prestigious Junior Intercollegiate Beethoven Competition, and gained the titles of Gloucestershire Young Musician 2016 and Taunton Young Musician 2016. Furthermore, he is a laureate of The Young Pianist of the North International Piano Competition in Newcastle, and most recently he won First Prize, First Nominated at The International Piano Competition HRH Princess Lalla Meryem, which was held in Rabat, Morocco. Owing to his recent success in Morocco, Adam received a special prize from the Embassy of France in Rabat, which was specifically awarded for the performance of French music.