Tom Caldecote studied clarinet at Birmingham Conservatoire and after graduating won a place on the Foyle Future First Orchestral Training Scheme with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Whilst taking part in the scheme Tom studied with the principal clarinettist Robert Hill. In 2012 Tom was selected to be co-principal clarinet of Southbank Sinfonia - a nine month program of orchestral and chamber music projects during which Tom performed the Brahms Clarinet Quintet, went on tour to the Channel Islands with a wind quintet as well as playing with the Royal Opera House, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields and the BBC Concert Orchestra. Tom has worked with various orchestras including Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Britten Sinfonia and Orchestra of the Swan on projects ranging from chamber music to tours and broadcasts on BBC radio
Graduating with a First-Class Honors degree from The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Bridget Kerrison is a freelance singer and singing teacher based in Hertfordshire. She has sung with Ex Cathedra, Birmingham Bach Choir, The Holst Singers, Ensemble Plus Ultra, Armonico Consort and the Philharmonia Chorus as part of their professional singers' scheme. Bridget teaches for Hertfordshire Music Service, Kimbolton School and has been teaching for The National Children’s Choir of Great Britain since 2011.
Pianist Trevor Hughes is a Graduate of the Royal College of Music (where he studied organ, piano, and viola), winning the Colles Prize, and an Associate of the Royal College of Organists, winning the Doris Wookey Prize. He is currently Director of Music at Holy Saviour Church in Hitchin. Until 2001, Trevor was Musical Director of the Stevenage Choral Society, whom he directed in many large-scale choral works, including a number of first performances. He was also formerly Musical Director of the north London female voice choir "Jubilate!", for whom he has written a number of jazz-inspired arrangements. As a pianist he has accompanied recitals in the Purcell Room, the Wigmore Hall, and on BBC Radio 3. Equally at home in a wide range of musical styles, Trevor has conducted many musicals in the theatre, and he has also played keyboards in a number of West End shows.