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Neil Thomson

Neil Thomson is one of the most widely-respected and versatile British conductors of his generation. He has conducted and recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra and the Philharmonia (in a broadcast with Steven Isserlis) and in the past five years has worked with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra,

From 1992 until 2006 he was Head of Conducting at the Royal College of Music. The youngest-ever incumbent of this post (first held by Sir Adrian Boult in 1916 and thereafter by conductors such as Sir Malcolm Sargent, Constant Lambert, Vernon Handley and Norman Del Mar).

He was made an Honorary Member of the RCM in 1994 for his services to the institution and has established an enviable reputation as an orchestral trainer.



Marianne Thorsen

The winner of many international competitions, including most notably the 2003 Sion International Competition, Marianne Thorsen has established herself as one of Norway’s leading violinists. She has performed with the Philharmonia Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the major orchestras in Scandinavia, among many others. 



Gillian Tingay

Gillian Tingay was awarded a scholarship to study with Marisa Robles at the Royal College of Music when she was 15.  She now gives solo, duo and chamber recitals and has a varied concerto schedule of classical and modern works. 



Daniel Tong

Daniel Tong was born in Cornwall and studied in London, where he now lives. His musical life is spent performing as soloist and chamber musician, as well as directing two chamber music festivals, teaching and occasionally writing.



Sara Trickey

Sara Trickey brings her "beautifully refined tone" (Musical Opinion) and her "fiery and passionate" performance style (The Strad) to her award-winning career as both solo violinist and chamber musician.



Robin Tritschler

Robin Tritschler graduated from the Royal Irish Academy of Music and the Royal Academy of Music, London. A versatile artist, he is equally at home performing operas, concerts and song recitals. He has been awarded a number of prizes including the song prizes at the Kathleen Ferrier Awards and the Wigmore Hall International Song Competition.



Matthew Trusler

On graduating from Philadelphia's Curtis Institute in 1998, the Times declared of Matthew Trusler that "we might just have an authentic, though British, virtuoso." Since then Trusler has developed a reputation as one of Britain's leading violinists, performing with many of the world's great orchestras, and receiving huge critical acclaim for his diverse recordings. In 2005 he founded Orchid Classics, for which he is Director of Artists & Repertoire, and in 2008 he founded the Lenny Trusler Children's Foundation, which raises money for desperately ill babies.



Anna Tsybuleva

Winner of the Leeds International Piano Competition 2015, Anna Tsybuleva was born in 1990 and grew up in Russia. She started piano studies at the age of six with her mother, Svetlana Tsybuleva, later continuing her studies at the Moscow Conservatory with Ludmila Roschina, and at the Basel Music Academy with Claudio Martinez Mehner.



Louisa Tuck

Since her appointment as Section Leader: Cello at the Northern Sinfonia in 2007, Louisa Tuck has established herself as one of the most sought-after young chamber musicians and guest principal cellists in the UK. She is a regular guest leader with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (which has included their complete Proms season), Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and The John Wilson Orchestra.



James Turnbull

James Turnbull is an accomplished oboist highly sought after for solo and chamber music concerts. Gramophone Magazine described his first recital disc Fierce Tears, as "a notable debut" and Classical Music Magazine selected it as their Editor's Choice Recording





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