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Paul Brough

Paul Brough

Paul Brough trained as a pianist, percussionist and singer, at the Royal College of Music and as Organ Scholar of St Michael’s College, Tenbury and Magdalen College, Oxford. Since 2004 he has been a Professor in conducting and academic studies at the Royal Academy of Music where he formerly studied conducting with George Hurst and Colin Metters as Henry Wood Scholar and Post-student Fellow. The RAM elected him to Associateship in 2007 for “distinction in the music profession”.

He became joint Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Singers in January 2011, following seven seasons with period orchestra The Hanover Band (Principal Conductor 2007-10). His recent conducting work also includes the “BBC Philharmonic presents...” opening series at MediaCityUK, the BBC Concert Orchestra in a BBC cd and Telecast of Britten “St Nicolas”, St James’s Baroque for the BBC “Genius of Mozart” celebrations, and concerts with the Britten Sinfonia, Manchester Camerata and Ulster Orchestra to which he returns this season in addition to future plans in the USA, Australia and South Korea.