Oliver Till is a conductor and repetiteur based in London. His musical life started as a chorister at Westminster Cathedral, and further studies took him to the Royal College of Music Junior Department, the University of Manchester, Dartington International Summer School, the Järvi Academy, Estonia and London Sinfonietta’s Academy. Operatic productions he has conducted include The Cunning Little Vixen, Don Giovanni, Die Zauberflöte, The Marriage of Figaro, and Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda.
Dedicated to new music Ollie has conducted over 60 works by living composers including 40 world premières. Recent highlights include the UK premiere of CPE Bach’s St John Passion (1772) on period instruments, multiple performances of Brahms’s A German Requiem, works by Rameau and Steve Reich, and assisting Gergely Madaras at the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Upcoming projects include Mozart’s Così fan tutte in October, Mozart’s Requiem in November, and a newly-written community opera in 2019.