ABOUT OXFORD BACH SOLOISTS

The Oxford Bach Soloists (OBS) exists to perform the complete vocal works of J. S. Bach in Oxford. Drawing from an abundance of Oxford talent, OBS provides the next generation of young soloists, many of whom are choral scholars from the University’s college chapels, with the opportunity to collaborate with a professional baroque orchestra.

OBS also exists to provide a laboratory for current research, working together with Professors from the University of Oxford’s Faculties of Music, Theology, and Modern Languages.

“Absolutely perfect in every way.”

Tim Hughes

Oxford Times

TOM HAMMOND-DAVIES

Musical impresario, artistic director and choral conductor

One of the most versatile conductors of his generation, Tom Hammond-Davies works closely with musicians from London, Oxford and Cambridge, and top artists from the Royal Opera House.

Developing his skills and specialist knowledge as organ scholar at Hertford College Oxford and as countertenor Lay Clerk with the Choir of Magdalen College Oxford, he is now Director of Music with several choirs, countertenor Lay Clerk with the multiple Gramophone Award-winning Choir of New College Oxford and founder and director of The Blenheim Singers and the Oxford Bach Soloists.

Tom was awarded 1st prize in the Birmingham Conservatoire Sir Michael Beech Conducting Award and 1st prize in the Three Choirs Festival Conducting Award. He was nominated for the Arts Foundation Fellowship, and is a Trustee of the Sir George Dyson Trust.

OUR TRUSTEES

Judith Finch

Judith Finch

Louise Gullifer

Louise Gullifer

Paull Hammond-Davies

Paull Hammond-Davies

Robert Quinney

Robert Quinney

Aileen Thomson

Aileen Thomson

Miles Young

Miles Young

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