Oliver Till is a conductor and repetiteur praised by The Times for 'ambitious, intelligent programming'.
He regularly conducts the London Medical Orchestra, Barnet Symphony Orchestra, Queen's Park Singers and
Camden Youth Sinfonia.
Ollie's 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, London Sinfonietta and the Jarvi Academy, Estonia.
Operas conducted include La boheme, the Da Ponte trilogy, Die Zauberflote, The Cunning Little Vixen, Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda and The Mikado. Ollie has assisted productions including Written on Skin, Lessons in Love and Violence, The Juniper Tree, Renard, Don Giovanni and The Marriage of Figaro.
As a pianist, Ollie regularly accompanies recitals, recordings, choirs, opera and ballet rehearsals. Highlights include being an official accompanist at the North London Music Festival, and accompanying Sir Thomas Allen at the Royal Opera House. Dedicated to new music Ollie has conducted over 60 works by living composers including 40 world premieres.