Who do I work with?

I regularly conduct the following ensembles:

South East London Orchestra is based in Beckenham and performing everything from very early Classical to music by living composers, all to a very high standard. SELO is four years old and growing fast – get in touch if you are interested in joining!

City of London Symphonic Winds is 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)
  • Brent Symphony Orchestra
  • Camden Symphony Orchestra
  • City of Southampton 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)

And if you want cello lessons, try Rebecca Sackman-Smith!


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