Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Tutors and Staff (A to Z)

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  • Daniel Roberts

    Violin Tutor

    Daniel Llewellyn Roberts (b.1987) studied violin with Nigel Murray and Jan Repko. He is a graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music, holds Masters degrees from the Royal College of Music and the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover and was formerly a Leverhulme Chamber Music Fellow at the Royal Academy of...

  • Adam Römer

    Viola Tutor

    Violist Adam Römer was born in Debrecen, Hungary. He comes from a family of musicians and started his musical studies at the age of five at the Kodaly Special Music School, where he graduated from and was awarded the Kodaly prize. He studied at the Liszt Academy of Budapest, the Glenn Gould School of Toronto and the...

  • Lucy Russell

    Baroque Violin & Viola Tutor

    Lucy Russell is among the most distinguished of international violinists who have achieved eminence on both historical instruments and their ‘modern’ counterparts, performing and recording music from Monteverdi to the present day with equal distinction and authority. She became leader of the Fitzwilliam String Quartet  in 1995...

  • Professor Graham Sadler

    Professor in Music (part-time)

    Professor Sadler is known internationally as an authority on French music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. After studying at the Universities of Nottingham and London and the Royal College of Music, he joined the Music Department at the University of Hull, where he remained as lecturer, reader and eventually...

  • Professor David Saint

    Organ Tutor

    Professor David Saint  read music at Hull and Liverpool universities and gained his Fellowship of the Royal College of Organists (FRCO) diploma at the age of 20, winning the Turpin Prize for performance. His principal teachers were Alan Spedding and Dame Gillian Weir. After some years as a part time tutor, he was appointed to...

  • Jane Salmon

    Cello Tutor

    Jane Salmon has established a reputation as one of the busiest and most successful cellists of her generation. A member of The Schubert Ensemble - Ensemble in Residence at Birmingham Conservatoire - her work as a chamber musician and as a recital soloist has taken her to more than 40 countries across the world and has involved...

  • Gordon Sandison

    Vocal Tutor

    Gordon Sandison was born in Aberdeen and after leaving the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama , joined Scottish Opera as a principal baritone. His roles there included Papageno, Figaro (Mozart and Rossini), Schaunard, Malatesta Belcore, Harlequin 'Ariadne Auf Naxos' and Frank 'De Fledermaus'. Other operatic...

  • Victor Sangiorgio

    Piano Tutor

    “Poetic Perfection” was how Victor Sangiorgio’s London debut was hailed by The Times . Similar critical and public acclaim has continued to greet both his public performances and recordings. Magazines such as Gramophone have used words like ‘irresistible,’ ‘truly outstanding’ and  ‘superbly colourful’ to describe his...

  • Mr Paul Saunders

    Multi-Instrumental Consultant

    Graduating from the Royal College of Music as a Clarinetist in 1991, Paul has since become one of the busiest woodwind players on the West End circuit. A relatively new addition to the professorial staff, Paul represents a different sphere of the profession to the traditional orchestral or solo route. As a...

  • Antony Saunders

    Piano Tutor

    Antony Saunders has been described in the London Press as "one of the country’s foremost accompanists" and "as much a born duo-player as the best we have produced". Alongside occasional solo recitals, he has played for many distinguished musicians including the late Jack Brymer, Sir Willard White, Sir Thomas Allen and Ann...

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