Conductor, Pianist and Composer based in Cambridge and London.
Adam is currently the senior conductor of the Cambridge University Symphony Orchestra. Recent engagements include a performance of Schoenberg's 'Chamber Symphony' in West Road concert hall with Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra (CUCO) and the Cambridge University Opera Society mainshow, Stravinsky's "The Rake's Progress". In the last year, Adam has assisted conductors including Martyn Brabbins and Richard Farnes in CUCO's performance of Otello. Future engagements include Beethoven's 'Pastoral Symphony' with the Endelienta Ensemble and Ravel's 'Ma mère l'Oye' with CUSO. During the 2015 St Endellion Summer Music Festival, Adam made his debut playing William Bolcom’s cabaret songs. In March of 2013 he was selected as the winner of the Midsomerset Festival Concerto competition, playing Prokofiev’s Third concerto and in 2014 he reached the piano semi-finals of the BBC Young Musician of the year. In 2009 he won the ABRSM Sheila Mossman prize. As a composer, Adam studies with Robin Holloway at Gonville and Caius college, Cambridge, where he is reading music. In September 2017, Adam takes up a place at The Royal Academy of Music for an MA in Orchestral Conducting.
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