Timothy West

In a career spanning over 50 years and involving all mediums Timothy West has established himself as one of England’s best-loved and most respected actors. His appearances in London’s West End have included The Homecoming, Beecham, Master Class, Twelve Angry Men and The Birthday Party. On film he has appeared …

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Peter Whelan

Peter Whelan has a diverse repertoire spanning over four centuries and is in demand as soloist, chamber musician and director. Peter has performed concertos in many of the world’s most prestigious venues, including the Musikverein (Vienna), the Lincoln Centre (NY) and the Wigmore Hall (London). He has recorded the Weber …

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Kerry Wilkerson

Bass-baritone Kerry Wilkerson made his Carnegie Hall debut to rave reviews in June 2017 as baritone soloist in the Vaughan Williams Sancta Civitas. A resonant singer with unique evenness in register, the Washington Post has described him as an ‘exuberant’ performer having a ‘smooth and dignified’ tone. He retired from …

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John Wilson

Wilson made his opera debut in 2016 conducting Puccini Madama Butterfly at Glyndebourne Festival Opera on their autumn tour and has since conducted Gershwin Porgy and Bess at English National Opera and returned to Glyndebourne Summer Festival to conduct Massent Cendrillon. He will be making his debut at the Metropolitan …

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John Wilson

A “marvelous musical mad scientist” (Music Critics Association of North America) with a repertoire ranging from the Baroque to the Contemporary, American pianist John Wilson has performed extensively in North America, with highlights including his recent solo debut under the auspices of the San Francisco Symphony, playing solo works by …

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