The King’s Singers perform Master of Music by Toby Hession on BBC’s Record Review programme with Andrew McGregor. See more about it here: Master of Music.
Toby, currently at Clare college, Cambridge, where he is reading for an MPhil in composition, whilst holding the position of Lay Clerk in the world-renowned Choir of Clare College, has
Masayuki Tayama plays Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 3, Op. 30 at Trinity and Clare College Music Societies with Toby Hession as conductor. Hear the performance on Masayuki Tayama’s website: Rachmaninov
Portsmouth High School celebrated 136 years this month with a Gala Concert at the Cathedral of St Thomas, Old Portsmouth. The concert featured a world premiere of ‘Seasons’, a newly
Toby Hession (b. 1997) is a Music student at Cambridge University and a budding young composer. In 2015 he won our A Carol for Christmas competition. We then commissioned him
Slick and suave as ever, the King’s Singers know exactly what their adoring audience wants, including a chance for a cameraphone frenzy when former members piled on to the stage
Toby Hession tells us about his passion for conducting, Dvorak’s mysterious Noon Witch and tackling Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony in preparation for CUMS Concert Orchestra’s performance on Thursday 24 November 2016.
Toby has been awarded 2nd prizes in both the Conducting and Concerto Competitions run by Cambridge University Music Society (CUMS). He will conduct and direct the CUMS Concert Orchestra (CUMS