Artistic Director

Founded in 2015 by Tom Hammond-Davies, the Oxford Bach Soloists offers a musical experience converging composer, performer, and audience.

Winner of multiple awards, Hammond-Davies has worked with Lorin Maazel, Peter Manning, James Gilchrist, Dame Ann Murray, Roderick Williams, and conducted premières of works by Colin Riley, Paul Spicer, and Sir James MacMillan.

Appearances include the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall, the Three Choirs Festival, the Oxford Lieder Festival, Three Palaces Festival Malta, and as guest conductor with the New Mozart Orchestra, International Baroque Players, Oxford Bach Choir, New Chamber Singers in Rome, and Music Nova in Antwerp.

Educated at Oxford and the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Hammond-Davies was Organ Scholar at Hertford College, a countertenor Lay Clerk with the Choir of New College, and nominated for the Arts Foundation Fellowship.

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