Jack Smith BMus (Hons) MMus ATCL
returning to London in 2010 Jack has been in
ever-growing demand both as a conductor and
instrumentalist, becoming involved in a wide range
of exciting projects. He has conducted a variety of
orchestras, bands and choirs whilst also maintaining
a busy performing schedule on both modern and period
instruments. Such a broad range of
work continues to establish Jack as one of the
most versatile musicians of his generation.
Whilst music plays a huge part in Jack's life, he also enjoys quiet, sensible things such as walking, photography, literature, cooking, and cycling.
Forthcoming engagements - follow links for full details:
Thursday 10 July - Performing on
trombone with Orchestra
of the City in a concert
featuring works by Richard Strauss (Death &
Transfiguration, Moonlight Music from 'Capriccio')
and Rachmaninov (The Isle of the Dead), alongside a
performance of the Dvorak Violin Concerto by Josef
Spacek, leader of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
7.30pm at St. James's Church, Piccadilly, W1J 9LL
(Underground: Green Park or Piccadilly Circus)
Saturday 12 July -
& Ewell Silver Band in a
joint concert with Stanmore
Choral Society. 7.30pm at the Church of St.
Mary the Virgin, St. Leonard's Avenue, Kenton HA3
8EJ (Undergound/London Overground: Kenton)
May - Directing University College London Chamber Music Society in a concert featuring choral and solo settings of texts by William Shakespeare
March - Performances on trombone
Symphony Orchestra and St.
Paul's Sinfonia. Conducting Epsom
& Ewell Silver Band at the London &
February - Performing
on bass trombone with Orchestra
of the City in performances of music
by Delius, Elgar and Mahler
January - Conducting Southend Philharmonic Orchestra in a day of rehearsals on George Gerswhin's "An American in Paris" and Richard Rogers' "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue"