Who do I work with?

I’m the founding Music Director of South East London Orchestra (2012 to present). The orchestra is based in Beckenham and performing everything from very early Classical to music by living composers, all to a very high standard.

For more than six years (2011-17) I was Music Director of City of London Symphonic Winds, a symphonic wind orchestra with virtuosic standards, regularly performing a range of contemporary and classic works in central London.

“Serious music-making is definitely the intention and achievement of this group” – The Brass Herald


I’ve also worked with many other orchestras around London and the south of England, including:

  • 4strings (founding Music Director)
  • Aylesbury Symphony Orchestra
  • Brent Symphony Orchestra
  • Camden Symphony Orchestra
  • City of Southampton Orchestra
  • Fulham Symphony Orchestra
  • Kingston Philharmonia
  • London Phoenix Orchestra
  • London Repertoire Orchestra
  • Northampton Symphony Orchestra
  • Petersfield Orchestra
  • The Rehearsal Orchestra (Assistant Conductor for two courses)
  • Sidcup Symphony Orchestra
  • South Bank Symphony Orchestra (now Sinfonia Tamesa)
  • Southampton University Symphony Orchestra (Assistant Conductor 2000-01, 2002-03)
  • Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Winchester Chamber Orchestra

Other wind orchestra work has included conducting with:

  • Barnes Concert Band (Music Director, 2008-2013)
  • City Wind Orchestra (Principal Guest Conductor from 2014)
  • Kew Wind Orchestra (Assistant Conductor 2005-08)
  • Southampton University Symphonic Wind Orchestra (founding Music Director, 2001-04)

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