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First Zoom Concert of Cambridge

Positivity is currently difficult. Often it feels like betrayal to be well when so many are sick, or happy when so many are heartbroken.

To whoever stays home when they can or sacrifices social contact for the greater good, thank you.

Zoom concerts are my small response. Stay safe. Stay home. Listen together.

To those who attended my first informal concert in Cambridge, thank you! There are many more planned.

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~ September, 2020


A new future awaits in Cambridge

2020 was not what anyone hoped for, so let's look towards a brighter future. In the spirit of this going to Cambridge for new exciting projects is an exciting plan filled with potential music-making.
New projects are on the horizon, and I hope to share them with you all.

~ August, 2020


Assistant Conductor, TPO Birmingham

With the help of my brilliant and generous mentor, David Curtis, I have had the fantastic luck of becoming assistant conductor to kind people in The People's Orchestra in Birmingham.
I look forward to a long and happy collaboration with this excellent initiative.

~ December, 2019


End of an era

As 2019 draws to a close, so too does a productive year with Southbank Sinfonia. With many highs and lows including:
Playing at Royal Albert Hall for the Proms, touring to Ischia and Anghiari in Italy, as well as a chamber music collaboration with Allegri Quartet, 2019 has been busy.
It's exciting to see what the future will bring.
Thank you fellow orchestral members of Southbank Sinfonia 2019.
It has been an experience I will never forget.

~ November, 2019