Hi, my name is Robert! I am a conductor, singer, composer and teacher based in London. I started learning piano when I was about 3 years old and studied at Junior Guildhall until the age of 8. I then sang as a chorister in the choir of New College, Oxford, where I also began to play the cello. During my teens, I continued to sing and compose, and also played in many ensembles including the Thames Vale Youth Orchestra.

At the University of Manchester, I began to study conducting, eventually directing the University chamber choir, Ad Solem, as well as working with other choral ensembles, and the University’s baroque and symphony orchestras. During this time I also sang in the Genesis Sixteen choral program, which offered intensive training for elite young choral singers led by The Sixteen.

I have been teaching singing, piano, cello and conducting privately ever since graduating, as well as directing several choirs and ensembles. I have also completed a conducting scholarship with the Leeds Festival Chorus, and a fellowship program with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, for whom I am regularly employed as a singer, conductor and coach.

I can offer singing and conducting tuition at all standards, and piano and cello up to about grade 5.

Music Qualifications & Achievements:

  • University of Manchester MusB first class
  • DipABRSM in Singing Performance
  • ABRSM Grade 8 in Piano
  • ABRSM Grade 8 in Cello

142 Edgware Rd, London W2 2DZ, UK



Instrument(s) Taught

Cello, Piano, Singing

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Beginner (up to Grade 5)

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One-to-One (Individual)



August 26, 2021

I’ve been having piano tuition from Robert as an adult learner for the last 2 years. Robert is gifted and talented musician and teacher. His lessons are a wonderful mix of encouragement, support and challenge. I’d highly recommend him.


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