is a conductor of immense energy and focus, delivering “gutsy, raw and exciting performances”. He has received critical acclaim for his dedication to the Renaissance and Baroque era, whilst also passionately championing new works and delivering inspirational collaborations, specialising in choral music. Praised internationally for his “freshness and vitality” in the direction choral and orchestral performances and recordings, he holds an array of positions, including Guest Conductor for Aldeburgh Music, Music Director of London Oriana Choir, Assistant Music Director of The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, Chief Conductor and Artistic Director of Chamber Choir of London, Artistic Director of The Fourth Choir, Visiting Lecturer at the University of Oxford and Guest Chorus Master for The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Dominic Ellis-Peckham is Chorus Director and Visiting Professor for Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Guest Conductor for The Royal Opera House Big Sing programme and Presenter for The Royal Opera House BP Big Screens and Insight Evenings, interviewing Sir Antonio Pappano, Eva-Marie Westbrook and many others. Last year he conducted The London Mozart Players in a Royal Gala performance for Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th birthday, including a world premier by Roxanna Panufnik.