Oliver Till is a conductor and repetiteur praised by The Times for 'ambitious, intelligent programming'.
His musical life started as a chorister at Westminster Cathedral. Having studied composition and piano at
the Royal College of Music Junior Department, Ollie gained his bachelor's at the University of Manchester
and received further training at Dartington, RNCM and the Jarvi Academy, Estonia.
He has conducted Die Zauberflote and Don Giovanni for St Paul's Opera, Clapham and regularly accompanies recitals, recordings, choral workshops and assists other operatic productions. Ollie is Musical Director of the Asyla Ensemble, Queens Park Singers and Trinity Hospice Community Choir. He has also conducted the London Sinfonietta Academy, Dartington Festival Orchestra, Nottingham Philharmonic, the Baltic Academy Orchestra, Vaganza Ensemble, St. Bartholomew's Orchestra and St. Albans Rehearsal Orchestra.
Dedicated to new music Ollie has conducted over 50 works by living composers including 35 premieres. Recent projects include the premiere of Liturgie, a new ballet-oratorio with Spectra Ensemble, The Messiah (on period instruments) with Queens Park Singers. Upcoming performances include Monteverdi's Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda, soloist in CPE Bach's Keyboard Concerto in A minor wq.7 and repetiteur for the UK premiere of Philip Glass's The Juniper Tree.