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Mr Philip Milton-Thompson
Mr Philip Milton-Thompson


Philip was born and raised in the North-West of England. He began to learn piano at the age of 7 under the tuition of Rosemary Brown, and throughout his school years his performances at school and at the University of Cumbria culminated in his A level recital. Four years after finishing Sixth-Form, Philip went on to study the BMus Music Performance degree at Chichester University and he will be graduating in 2015 with a 1st class. Whilst at university, Philip studied piano with Terence Allbright, as well as receiving tuition from other artists such as Jonathan Plowright, Adam Swayne and Susan Legg. Throughout university, Philip has performed 5 recitals alongside other performers, as well as an hour long solo recital. He has actively been involved in the University’s Sinfonietta, in performances which included Pierre Boulez’s ‘Dérive 1’, and the world première of ‘Ballet Mechanique’ by Tom Reid. Philip has also performed a number of song recitals with singers Hubert Hill-Reid and Sophie Hermon-Taylor. Philip also reached the final of the University’s piano sight-reading competition. Alongside his university studies, Philip has performed a number of lunchtime concerts at the Oxmarket, a local art gallery, and played in Witold Lutoslawski’s ‘Mi Parti’ with the Horsham Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Steve Dummer.

Philip also plays the oboe, and has performed a number of solo works as well as orchestral works, highlights of which include performing with the University’s Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Sinfonia, Sinfonietta and Concert Orchestra, as well as the Isle of Wight Symphony Orchestra, the Chichester Symphony Orchestra, and a performance of Bach’s 1st Brandenburg Concerto under the direction of Tony Halstead.
Outside of his music, Philip enjoys motorbiking, cycling, rock climbing and anything mountainous and outdoors in all weathers!

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Address: Yaxley,
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Fee (60 minutes): £30.00
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