Pip Eastop is regarded as one of Britain’s finest horn players. At the age of 18, after completing his studies at the RAM in London, he joined the Flanders Philharmonic and became the youngest ever principal solo horn of a European symphony orchestra. At 19, he was invited to become principal of the London Sinfonietta, with whom he performed all over the world and gave many solo performances. Aside from being Solo Horn of Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra and Principal of the London Chamber Orchestra, he currently appears as guest principal with all of London’s symphony orchestras and many smaller groups such as Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Aurora Orchestra and London Mozart Players. His recent recording of Mozart’s Horn Concerti and the Horn Quintet was released on Hyperion to international acclaim. His new album, Songs of a Lost Land - Music for Horn and Organ was released in 2018.