Dan James

/July 7, 2022

Dan James

Dan is a player, conductor and educator whose musical career has taken him from Brighton to Bangalore. The recipient of the George Hurst Conducting Prize from the Blackheath Conservatoire, he has worked with orchestras from both the UK and abroad. Former Head of Strings at Highgate School, he teaches cello and leads ensembles at Junior...
/November 24, 2021

Simon Limbrick

Simon Limbrick’s involvement in music embraces performance, composing and education, both in the UK and Internationally. His creative output, reflecting his wide-ranging experience in many disciplines of composition and performance, can be observed in musical contexts that include improvisation, contemporary music, film and theatre. He has created a film score performed on a building, 3...
/November 23, 2021

Travis Baker

As a Certified Master Teacher for Estill Voice Teaching Systems, Travis has worked with Estill Voice Systems in London, Australia, New Zealand and Northern Ireland. He has collaborated with Paul Farrington in the Opera New Zealand Summer School and will be doing so again in 2021. With Paul Farrington, Travis was responsible for coaching the...
/November 23, 2021

Simon Limbrick

Simon Limbrick’s involvement in music embraces performance, composing and education, both in the UK and Internationally. His creative output, reflecting his wide-ranging experience in many disciplines of composition and performance, can be observed in musical contexts that include improvisation, contemporary music, film and theatre. Recently, he has created a film score performed on a building, 3...
/November 23, 2021

Dan Trodden

Daniel Trodden was born in Cardiff in 1983 and began playing tuba at the age of eleven, taking lessons with Matthew Thistlewood. He continued his studies at the Royal Academy of Music under the tutelage of Patrick Harrild, and upon graduation in 2006 began a varied freelance career playing with the UK’s top symphony, opera...
/November 23, 2021

David Whitson

David studied Trombone at the Royal Academy of Music before embarking on a career in music ranging from Principal Trombone at English National Opera to working in studios recording music for films, TV and major recording artists. He has appeared as soloist with the BBC Concert Orchestra playing the David Gow Concertino for Trombone and...
/November 23, 2021

Thom Hewitt

Thom grew up in Northampton before studying Trumpet and Baroque Trumpet at the Royal College of Music with Paul Beniston and Bob Farley. Since graduating he has had a varied freelance career ranging from performing with early music groups such as the OAE and the Armonico Consort, to backing Rick Wakeman and Deep Purple. Some...
/November 23, 2021

Francesca Moore-Bridger

Francesca read Music at Newnham College, Cambridge, holding an instrumental award scholarship. She then won a full scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music where she was Principal Horn of all Academy orchestras and winner of numerous awards, including the prestigious Dennis Brain Memorial Horn Prize. Graduating with distinction, she was appointed Principal...
/November 23, 2021

Andy Tweed

Andy Tweed was born in Northern Ireland and studied clarinet and saxophone at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. He is a particularly versatile musician happily moving between the jazz and classical approach to playing the saxophone. He was a mainstay of Saxtet for many years appearing on national TV and Radio. As a freelance player he has...
/November 23, 2021

Donald Lloyd

Don studied the Bassoon with Gareth Newman and became a member of the Royal Marines Band Service. He was Principal Bassoon for much of his 32-year tenure, performing for many important occasions including the handover of Hong Kong, major sporting events and private dinners for the Royal Family and HM Government. He also spent time...
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