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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*1-Day Course*: ‘Conductors Working in Education’, Saturday 21st February 2015, 10.00-5.00pm Sheldonian Theatre and Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre, St. Anne’s College, 56 Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HS Description: Come and watch John Traill conduct the Oxford Philomusica in a 2hr workshopRead more…

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*1-Day Course*: ‘Conductors Working in Education’, Saturday 21st February 2015, 10.00-5.00pm Sheldonian Theatre and Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre, St. Anne’s College, 56 Woodstock Road, Oxford, OX2 6HS Description: Come and watch John Traill conduct the Oxford Philomusica in a 2hr workshopRead more…

    The St Anne’s Camerata is a unique string orchestra (a hybrid of the traditional Oxbridge college choirs), comprised of professionals, student scholars, and youth exhibitioners.  The group perform regularly at college events, and at venues and festivals fartherRead more…

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St Anne’s Camerata, with Greg Martin

05th June 2015

Mary Ogilvie Theatre, Oxford

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OCYO @ the Sheldonian Theatre

OMEP Partnership concert featuring University Orchestrators and Oxfordshire Choirs

14th March 2015

Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford

St Anne’s Camerata

with the Maxwell Quartet and Pippa Hampton

13th March 2015

Mary Ogilvie Theatre, St Anne's College, Oxford

CSO – Smetena, Strauss, Dvorak

21st March 2015

Thornden Hall

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