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Timothy End
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Timothy End BMus DipRAM, ARAM graduated with a first-class honours degree in music from King’s College, London before entering the Royal Academy of Music where he gained the DipRAM award for an outstanding recital. He held the Shinn Fellowship at RAM studying under Julius Drake and Patsy Toh. He is much sought after as a chamber musician, and has been the CLC’s regular rehearsal accompanist since 2010, 

A multiple first-prize winner, Timothy was awarded both the Pianist Prize and Jean Meikle Duo Prize at the Wigmore Hall Song Competition. Further prizes include the Accompanists’ Prize at the Maureen Lehane Vocal Awards, the Parnell Award for an Accompanist at the ROSL Annual Music Competition, the Gerald Moore Award and the MBF Accompanist Prize at the Kathleen Ferrier Competition.

Recent engagements have taken him to Washington DC, New York, Cologne, Graz and Budapest. He performed at the inaugural Placido Domingo Festival in Seville in a Broadway programme with the American sopranos Angel Blue and Micaela Oeste, which was repeated in Paris at UNESCO for Placido Domingo. Timothy also performed at a Royal Overseas League Gala held at St James’s Palace in front of Princess Alexandra, and was the pianist for Diana Soh’s operetta The Boy Who Lived Down The Lane with Size Zero Opera in Singapore.


Timothy regularly works with the Ferio Saxophone Quartet, and has appeared on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune with the horn player Richard Watkins, violinist Fenella Humphreys and mezzo sopranos Rebecca Afonwy-Jones and Marta Fontanals-Simmons.

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