John Traill is a prominent conductor, composer, and educator.  His work ranges from international performances, recordings, and commissions, to lecturing at both the University of Oxford and the Royal Welsh College of Music.  An energetic and friendly musician, John values musical endeavours at all levels and he fervently promotes music for all. As Director of Music at St. Anne's College, Oxford, he also co-ordinates performances and outreach programmes alongside his core conducting portfolio.

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Thursday 3rd April 2014 saw John recording 11 new works by RWCMD composers.  Ranging from full symphony orchestra to string orchestra, the recordings took place in the stunning Dora Stoutzker Hall in Cardiff. Works featured included James Golborn – BabaRead more…

On Saturday 29th March 2014, John performed the Bruch Violin Concerto with Juliette Roos (BBC Young Musician of the Year, String Finalist 2012).  This was the second time they have collaborated, the first being last March with the City ofRead more…

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Conducting Workshop, University of Oxford

with the Oxfordshire County Youth Orchestra

03rd May 2014

OCMS, Bayards Hill School, Waynflete Road, Headington, Oxford, OX3 8GA

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CSO, with Joseph Shiner

Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel, Weber: Clarinet Concerto no.2, Saint-Saens: Symphony No.3 ("Organ")

10th May 2014

Romsey Abbey

OCYO residency @ Radley 2014

14th-17th April 2014. Strauss, Respighi, Shostakovich

14th April 2014

Radley College, Oxfordshire

Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring


11th May 2013

Taunton's College, Southampton

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