The

CHAMBER Orchestra

Violin I

Amy Ying leader

Katie Jankinson

Alex Down

Clara Falkowska

Dohyun Kim

Elizabeth Kearney

Violin II

Millie Harding principal

Alexander Lee

Sonia Bae

Julian Adler

Beth Zheng

Mollie Lewis

Viola

Laura Cooper principal

Charlotte Sasse

David Millross

Anna Davey

Cello

Gabriel Francis-Dehqani principal

Lizzie Orr

Alex Acomb

Sophie Baxter

Flute

Elen Clarke principal

Elizabeth McCauley

Oboe

Jonathan Blake principal

Alex Milne

Clarinet

Matthew Pearson principal

Josh Ward

Bassoon

Thomas Feild principal

Samuel Napier-Smith

French Horn

Oonagh Taylor principal

Charlotte Smith

Trumpet

Alex Cooke principal

Martha Dean

Percussion

Luca Lorenzini principal

Zein Checri

Natalie Houlston

Double Bass

Nathanael Thomas-Atkin principal

Anna Kendall

Conductor

Will Fox

 

Will is a 3rd year Music student at Trevelyan College, Durham. Having studied piano and organ (alongside conducting) at the Junior RNCM, he spent a year at Toneheim folkehøgskole in Norway pursuing further piano and conducting studies and attempting - with mixed success - to learn Norwegian. Will’s previous conducting experience has come in the form of directing chamber choirs, both in Norway and in Durham. He has served in DUOS for the past year as principal pianist for Symphony and Chamber, and has worked extensively in Durham as an accompanist and soloist, winning the James Etherington Music Award in February 2018 and holding a Music Department accompanist scholarship. He has also received a Trevelyan Trust Award for outstanding performance in first year exams, as well as a Joan Bernard Scholarship for second year results, and a Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship for Academic Excellence.

 

Alongside his love for classical music, Will also has an interest in jazz, having had several years of lessons with pianist Dan Whieldon at school and winning the school’s jazz prize, although he regrets that this has lapsed during his time in Durham. Other interests outside music include playing squash, hill walking and reading.