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CHAMPS HILL ARTISTS
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Gary Pomeroy

South African Gary Pomeroy was awarded an international scholarship to study the viola at the Royal Northern College of Music where he enjoyed lessons from Mark Knight, Christopher Rowland and Thomas Riebl.

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Tom Poster

Since his London concerto debut at the age of 13, Tom has appeared in a wide-ranging concerto repertoire of over 30 major works, including Beethoven with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall
Tom features regularly on BBC Radio 3 as soloist and chamber musician, and has appeared in both capacities at the BBC Proms.
Tom's arrangements of Gershwin and Cole Porter songs have been extensively performed and recorded.

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Benjamin Powell

Praised by Philip Mead, founder of the British Contemporary Piano Competition as “a consummate musician with a transcendent pianistic technique in the service of a refined musicality”, Benjamin Powell has gained a reputation for intelligent and expressive performances with a strong commitment to contemporary music. Since winning the British Contemporary Piano Competition in 2010 Benjamin has performed across the UK and Europe, in venues including the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Bridgewater Hall, Wigmore Hall, Snape Maltings, IRCAM, and Harpa (Reykjavik). He has recently been appointed pianist for the Manchester-based Psappha ensemble.

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Poom Prommachart

Poom Prommachart, a Steinway Artist, was born in Bangkok and is regarded as one of the most accomplished Thai pianist today. 

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David Pyatt


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Rambert Orchestra

The Rambert Orchestra boasts some of London’s finest ensemble players, who tour the UK to accompany all of Rambert’s performances in the large-scale regional theatres. Rambert Orchestra grew out of Rambert’s former associate orchestra, London Musici, which first appeared with Rambert, under Mark Stephenson, in 1994.

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David Rees-Williams

David Rees-Williams (piano) began his musical career as a chorister at New College Oxford, where the rich variety of musical styles performed by choir and organ made strong and lasting impressions. From here he won the top music scholarship to Cranleigh School where he studied piano, oboe and organ. He graduated from the Royal College of Music in 1981 with a B.Mus. While still a student, he held posts as organist at two London churches. Apart from his concert work with the trio, and as a soloist on piano and organ, he teaches piano in Canterbury, both privately, and at The King's School, and Christ Church University College.

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David Rees-Williams Trio

The David Rees-Williams Trio was formed in 1988 and features David Rees-Williams (piano), Neil Francis (bass guitar) and Phil Laslett (drums). Based in Canterbury, they have performed in an interesting variety of concerts and festivals over the years both in England and Spain, and now specialise in a programme that unites the best of classical and jazz. 

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John Reid

John Reid's career to date has shown him to be a pianist of notable versatility and range, with wide experience as an outstanding chamber musician, song accompanist, soloist and exponent of new music.

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Rhodes Piano Trio

Michael Gurevich, David Edmonds and Robert Thompson formed the Rhodes Piano Trio in 2003 at the Royal Northern College of Music under the guidance of the
 late Dr. Christopher Rowland and Alasdair Tait.

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