In April 2006, aged just 16, Tom gave the first performance of Stephen Goss's Frozen Music for guitar and string trio in a concert at the Menuhin Hall. This was followed by its London premiere at the Wigmore Hall and its first commercial recording. He subsequently played Vivaldi's D major Concerto with the Menuhin School orchestra and, in November 2008, performed Manuel de Falla's Seven Spanish Songs with international soprano
Rosalind Plowright at a concert for the Prince's Trust.
Since joining the Royal College in September 2009, Tom has played electric guitar with the RCM Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Vladimir Jurowski, been a prize winner in the Ivor Mairants Competition, given a recital for the European Guitar Teachers Association and played in the Cadogan Hall's 'RCM Rising Stars' concert series. Tom is an equally accomplished rock guitarist and singer-songwriter.
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