has successfully navigated genres from the 1980s onward, performing and
recording classical, jazz, pop-rock, and theatrical music.
In May 1983, he
was in the orchestra pit at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama’s
Bloomsbury Theatre for a production of Merrily
We Roll Along.
He appeared on
the CD, John Williams Plays Paul Hart
Concerto for Guitar & Jazz Orchestra, in 1987.
October 1992, he was back in the orchestra pit for The Shaftesbury
Theatre’s production of Kiss of
the Spider Woman – The Musical.
In the 1990s,
he was credited with the following recordings: As
Above So Below by Barry Adamson; Back
in the U.S.S.A. by The Interpreters; Bruckner: Motets by
the Choir of St. Bride’s Church and Robert Jones; 11 Maneras de ponerse un sombrero by Miguel Bose; Escalator Over the Hill by the Carla
Bley Big Band; Gabrieli: Canzonas,
Sonatas, Motets; Heaven and Soul Love by Workshy;
A Little Christmas Music by The
King’s Singers; Music of the
Night by Jeff Leyton; the 1994 London
Palladium cast recording of Oliver!;
The Orchestra of Smith’s
Academy by Mike Westbrook; Ripe
by Banderas; and, The Shadow of the Duke by John Harle.
Neither has he
slowed down in the new millennium.
In 2004, he served as second assistant music director and trombonist
for the London Palladium production of Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang.
his discography include: the
the original London cast recordings of Carmen
Jones, Kiss of the Spider Woman,
The Lord of the Rings and The Witches of Eastwick;
Duke Ellington by Arrangement by
The Monty Alexander Trio; I’m
the Greatest Star! The
Overtures of Jule Styne
Volume Two by Jack Everly and the National
Symphony Orchestra; The King’s
Singers Greatest Hits; Love
Underground, The Lobster & Other Tales by The Mephisto
Ensemble; Maltese Cross, Remembrance, Two Suites by Paul Hart and The
Very Best of NYJO by the National Youth Jazz Orchestra; and, Upswing! by
The Peter Cater Big Band.
In the field
of music education, he has coached and conducted at several colleges and
teaches trombone at Royal Grammar School, which is located in High Wycombe, England.
The King’s Singers recordings
and Farandole (Bernard
De La Monnoye/Georges Bizet/Jeremy Jackman)
EMI 49909 (CD:
A Little Christmas Music)
and composer - Jeremy
Countertenor - Alastair Hume
Arranger - Bob Chilcott
Baritone - Bruce Russell
Baritone - Simon Carrington
Bass - Stephen Connolly