Artistic Director

William Conway

William Conway is an internationally renowned conductor and cellist, whose performances have been described as ‘astonishingly convincing’ (Opera magazine), ‘a tour de force’ (Guardian), with ‘a flair for the unpredictable’ (Financial Times).
Conductor / Cellist

William Conway

William Conway is an internationally renowned conductor and cellist. On the podium, he is known for his conviction, clarity and intelligent musicianship, while his collaborations with Hebrides Ensemble, of whom he is the Artistic Director and co-founding member, have been praised for their fresh and inspirational approach to programming.
Chair

David Mowle

David Mowle recently retired from a long career as a consultant neurosurgeon, during which he also held national roles in neurosurgical training and medical appraisal.
Violin

David Alberman

David is an award-winning violinist who performs chamber through to symphonic music. He is a frequent guest Principal with many leading orchestras, and was previously a member of the internationally renowned Arditti Quartet.
Flute

Charlotte Ashton

Charlotte is Principal Flute with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, alongside her busy freelance career.
Viola

Jessica Beeston

Jessica Beeston has recently returned to Scotland having been based in London and Salzburg.
Violin

Sarah Bevan-Baker

Sarah Bevan-Baker was born in Aberdeen and grew up on the Black Isle and in Glasgow. She studied violin at the Royal College of Music with Frances Mason winning several chamber music prizes and the Leonard Hirsch Prize “for an outstanding performance at the Diploma recitals”.
Violin

Zoë Beyers

South-African born Zoë Beyers has established herself as one of the UK’s most versatile violinists and performs as soloist, chamber musician, director and orchestral leader across the world.
Violin

Gordon Bragg

Gordon Bragg, an experienced and respected violinist and conductor, is Sub-Principal Second Violin of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.

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