Matthew Taylor
Jan 03 , 1963 - Present

Matthew Taylor was born in London in 1964. He won a Music Scholarship to Queen’s College, Cambridge in 1983, where he studied with Robin Holloway and conducted the University orchestras. In 1986 he was awarded the Conducting Scholarship to Guildhall School of Music and, after further studies as a post graduate at the Royal Academy of Music, gained the Dip RAM, their highest award. He also studied with Leonard Bernstein and conducted with Bernstein at the 1987 Schleswig-Holstein Festival. He subsequently received special encouragement from Robert Simpson and Sir Malcolm Arnold.

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Matthew Taylor was born in London in 1964. He won a Music Scholarship to Queen’s College, Cambridge in 1983, where he studied with Robin Holloway and conducted the University orchestras. In 1986 he was awarded the Conducting Scholarship to Guildhall School of Music and, after further studies as a post graduate at the Royal Academy of Music, gained the Dip RAM, their highest award. He also studied with Leonard Bernstein and conducted with Bernstein at the 1987 Schleswig-Holstein Festival. He subsequently received special encouragement from Robert Simpson and Sir Malcolm Arnold.

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