Composer, Broadcaster & Writer
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In his teenage years Jack has gone on to compose for the Royal Opera House, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Society and Classic FM. By the age of 18, he had worked with some of the world’s greatest conductors, including Sir Antonio Pappano, Vasily Petrenko and Kirill Karabits, and his music had appeared on the BBC and Classic FM.
Alongside classical composition, Jack also enjoys writing popular songs and jazz. His piece for the Canadian ensemble SymphRONica was performed at the Canada 150 celebrations in Trafalgar Square, as well as at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and in Toronto. Jack’s song for the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET), ‘One Day’ – written after visiting Auschwitz-Birkenau with the charity – was performed live at the HET Appeal Dinner in 2017, before an esteemed audience including the Home Secretary and Chief Rabbi. As a Trustee of the DMRC Benevolent Fund, Jack has written a song for the military hospital at Headley Court / Stanford Hall, which he is performing alongside soprano Laura Wright, the Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines and combined military and civilian choirs at multiple high-profile events.
Jack is a pianist and singer as well as a composer, and has performed in internationally-renowned venues including Wembley Arena, Guildford’s G Live and the JFC Jazz Club in St Petersburg.
Jack is passionate about bringing classical music into broader public life, celebrating the power of music in the community, particularly amongst young people. As part of his efforts to bring classical music to all, Jack presents an anecdotal history of classical music, ‘Musical Minds’, for Resonance FM, a station described by The Guardian as “the best radio station in London”. Jack is currently working closely with major broadcasters, developing some of his latest ideas. Trying to push the arts world into greater inclusivity of young people, Jack has also written for some of the most well-respected classical journals and websites, including Gramophone, BBC Music Magazine, the Royal Philharmonic Society and JDCMB. As a critic, he reviews for Opera Magazine and Opera Today.
Having worked with some of the most well-respected names in classical music, he is determined to use his position and experience to bring classical music to all.