‘Here is a young composer who stands at the threshold of what promises to be an exciting career.’
John Rutter CBE, www.johnrutter.com
‘A complete, natural and exceptionally gifted multi-talented musician with the brightest future ahead.’
Murray McLachlan, www.murraymclachlan.co.uk
‘…stunning throughout, displaying not only a virtuoso technique but a flexibility and sensitivity to solo singers and choir alike.’
British conductor, composer and pianist Toby Hession comes from Peterborough, and is currently studying as a répétiteur at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, UK. He studied at Clare College, University of Cambridge from 2015 to 2019, holding both a Choral Scholarship and an Instrumental Award, and graduating with a Double First in his BA degree in 2018, before completing his MPhil in Composition in 2019. Between 2010 and 2015 he attended Chetham’s School of Music, Manchester, studying piano with the acclaimed Japanese virtuoso Masayuki Tayama (with whom he continues to study), and composition with the award-winning Dr. Gavin Wayte. He currently studies conducting with David Hill; his composition MPhil was supervised by Richard Causton.
Toby is a multi-faceted musician, with skills and experience in many genres and styles of music, quickly establishing a great reputation as a versatile composer and performer
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Toby is a registered composer with Edition Peters.
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