Adam Precious

BY Larisa    May 14, 2019

Adam Precious was a product of the Leicestershire County School of Music in its heyday. Working with the likes of Tippett, Previn, Kyung Wha Chung, Philip Fowke, Havergal Brian and Campoli, he appeared on television with the youth orchestra, made records and toured Europe. He left school at 16 to become part of the first in-take of the new Royal Northern College of Music, studying with Adrian Beers, and five years later was in the first year of The National Centre for Orchestral Studies on a BBC Bursary, studying with Gerald Drucker.  Adam has had a long association with London’s major symphony and chamber orchestras, touring the world extensively. His freelance commitments as a double bass player include film and television work, contemporary music groups and chamber music. He believes strongly in music education, teaching in two major independent schools, and is a popular chamber music tutor and coach.

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Andy Marshall

BY Larisa    May 14, 2019

Stacey Watton

BY Larisa    May 14, 2019

Stacey Watton is Solo Bass of the Oxford Philharmonic. He made his concerto debut on the bass at the age of thirteen. Stacey won the Eugene Cruft Prize for the Double Bass at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where he studied as a scholar and later became a professor. Stacey has a busy career as a concerto soloist, chamber musician and orchestra principal performing on recordings, live television and radio broadcasts, as well as recording the sound tracks to numerous Hollywood films. Stacey has also appeared as a guest principal with orchestras such as the Royal Concertgebouw, Royal and London Philharmonics, the Hallé, BBC Concert Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra and BBC National Orchestra of Wales. Stacey has also successfully embarked on a career as a conductor.

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