David Cutts

Having had careers both in Arts Management and in Software for TV, David started conducting for his 60th birthday concert and has since been studying at masterclasses in the UK, France, Germany Italy and Bulgaria. He is one of the conductors of the London Repertoire Orchestra, which rehearses a different repertoire piece at each weekly rehearsal, and he has been conducting the orchestra’s concerts since 2012. They have recently completed a complete Beethoven symphony cycle and are planning concerts in St James’s Piccadilly through to the end of 2022 He celebrated his retirement and 70thbirthday last year with a concert that included Steven Isserlis playing the Haydn C Major cello concerto and a performance of Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony and with the first outing of the 23 String Orchestra at Cadogan Hall.

‘Conducting’, he says, ‘is enabling music, an exotic and intense form of management.  It’s completely fascinating and, of course, it’s the musical results that count’.